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Cover Magazine - GRiD announces government lobbying committee

The committee will work with industry body to promote workplace wellbeing matters to government.

Group risk trade body GRiD has formed a Workplace Public Policy Committee to help shape its government lobbying activities.

It will be chaired by Simon Hodgson, who leads Unum's public affairs, and Nick Homer, head of market management for Zurich Corporate Risk, will support the committee at GRiD's Steering Group.

It will have a dual aim of representing an agreed industry position to government and positively influencing policy making, as part of GRiD's work with government departments involved in legislation and regulation affecting group risk benefits in relation to workplace health and wellbeing.

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