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Corporate Adviser - Parliament debates GIP incentives

By John Greenwood 19 April 2017

Group income protection could be the key to promoting the Government’s aim of greater investment in employees’ health and wellbeing, Disability minister Penny Mordaunt MP told a debate in Parliament yesterday.

Speaking at a Westminster Hall debate on long-term health problems and work outcomes, Mordaunt reiterated the positive support for GIP set out in the work, health and disability: improving lives green paper.

Mordaunt told the debate, which took place hours after Number 10 announced a snap General Election, that the Government did not wish to lose momentum on the policy initiative that is considering a number of options for fiscal incentives to promote GIP amongst employers, with a particular focus on small businesses.

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