UK - Watson Wyatt has appointed Morag Bramley as head of flexible benefits.
Bramley, who was previously director of flexible benefits at Gissings, has 17 years’ experience in human resources, legal and flexible benefits.
Partner Eddie Hodgart said: “She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience which will allow us to continue to strengthen our position in the flexible benefits market.”
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