Financial recruitment firm Goodman Masson will introduce a mortgage fund to help its employees, most of whom are aged between 25 and 28, to get a step up on the property ladder.
The fund, as reported by sister title Recruiter, is available from January 2012. It will give employees the opportunity to put 20% of their basic salary for a three-year period into Goodman Masson’s mortgage fund. At the end of three years, the firm will add 20-50% on top of the amount saved by the employee.
The mortgage fund is part of a wider benefits package that includes car leasing, holiday purchase and a wine club. The benefits are designed to enhance employee engagement and retain staff.
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