Half of workers not heard of pension reforms, research

Carmen Reichman
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More than half of a 'representative sample' of workers questioned in a recent survey said they were unaware the government's pension reforms had happened.

Consumer research commissioned by the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) in October found 52% of a pool of 2,000 workers had never heard of the pension reforms, while a fifth was still uncertain...

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