The top 10 most read stories 1622 May 2019

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first_imgThe top 10 most read stories on www.employeebenefits.co.uk between 16 and 22 May 2019 were:European court rules that member states must measure employees’ working timeJohn Lewis Partnership to close defined benefit section of workplace pension schemeBT Group adopts employee ownership model for 100,000 staffFloating bar in Caribbean Sea seeks bartender for summer workTwo-fifths are most interested in receiving paid annual leave as employee benefitDuPont launches global paid parental leave policyGoodman Masson and London City Airport shortlisted for Best financial wellbeing strategyPWC Australia to pay superannuation contributions while staff are on parental leaveDefra pilots financial education platform for 23,800 civil service employeesChiswick Park launches summer event programme for 9,000 stafflast_img

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