Nest Insight selects partners for 'opt out' trial

Nest Insight will work in collaboration with SUEZ and TransaveUK

Hope William-Smith
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Recycling and waste management company SUEZ will participate in a six-month trial

Recycling and waste management company SUEZ will participate in a six-month trial

Nest Insight will collaborate with SUEZ Recycling and Recovery and TransaveUK to test its “opt out” approach to workplace emergency saving.

The "opt out" payroll savings approach aims to help employees build up emergency savings and comes on the back of findings from Nest Insight's ongoing sidecar savings trial. The research arm of the...

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