Public sector staff miss out on private healthcare perk

Staff
working in the public sector receive less than half the amount of private
healthcare provision offered to private sector employees, according to a
survey.

The
research shows that only 41 per cent of public sector organisations provide
private medical insurance to staff.

However,
the private sector typically offers more than 90 per cent of workers healthcare
options.

The
research by Simplyhealth found that staff in transportation had the highest
level of healthcare (93.7 per cent) followed by retail (91.4 per cent)
manufacturing (90.7 per cent) and telecommunications (90.2 per cent).

www.simplyhealth.uk.com

By Ross Wigham

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