Majority of employers to continue offering childcare vouchers


The majority (82%) of organisations plan to carry on supporting existing childcare voucher schemes despite the introduction of the government's new Tax-Free Childcare scheme, research finds.

A survey of over 200 employers carried out by Jelf found that just 3% of respondents would not carry on offering the current workplace schemes until, and after, the government's new offer was intro...

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