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Salary sacrifice scheme launched by Norton Rose

Norton Rose, an international legal practice, is now offering Zenith Provecta’s salary exchange scheme to its UK employees.

The employee benefit, named NR Cars, is open to all of the company’s UK resident permanent employees, offering them a tax efficient way to run a car.

The package is all inclusive, incorporating: insurance, road tax, maintenance, replacement tyres, windscreen cover, breakdown and recovery, accident management and an account management service.

Roadshows, posters, flyers, employee surveys and other communications are being managed by Zenith Provecta, to generate high interest and demonstrate the benefits of NR Cars to eligible Norton Rose staff.

Employees also have access to a dedicated website to explore options, obtain quotes, compare savings and place orders.

NR Cars went live at the start of May 2011 and Zenith Provecta received the first orders within just a week of the scheme launch.

Mandy Campbell, pensions and benefits manager for Norton Rose, said: “We were looking for a high quality, experienced provider of salary sacrifice for cars with a proven track record in delivering successful schemes. Zenith Provecta were chosen as we were confident they could deliver to our requirements.

“We were able to build a close working relationship with their team and have been impressed by the implementation process. NR Cars has launched very successfully and we expect this to continue.”

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