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FT Adviser - Bosses fail to communicate with staff on group risk benefits

Employers are failing to get the most of their group risk policies by not effectively communicating them to members of staff, new research from Group Risk Development (GRiD) shows.

Of the 501 UK businesses with between five and 1,000 employees which took part in the study, 16 per cent of business bosses said they make a point of issuing regular communications on their employer-sponsored life assurance, income protection and critical illness cover.
 
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