Companies failing to use advisers for employee benefits - Denplan


Only 56% of companies procuring staff benefits use a broker, yet 90% of those who do think it is money well spent, Denplan has found.

The dental cash plan provider's 2011 benefits survey of 600 employee benefit decision makers and 3,106 UK adults, found only 34% of companies see the importance of using a broker to impart expertise that...

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