Firms get their teeth into dental benefits in bid to retain staff
There has been very strong growth in both the multinational and the SME space, in particular over the past year
Dental health insurer DeCare Dental has seen a surge in demand for corporate dental plans, with the number of corporate schemes doubling over the past two years.
“We have seen very strong growth in both the multinational and the SME space, in particular over the past year,” said Maureen Walsh, chief executive at DeCare Dental.
“Dental benefits are playing a key role in overall benefit offerings as companies face stiff competition to attract...
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