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Pension provision by small employers in Ireland: an analysis of Personal Retirement Savings Account (PRSA) using bounded rationality theory

Introduction Pension coverage refers to the percentage of people in employment contributing to an occupational or personal pension scheme. The last major initiative to increase pension coverage in Ireland occurred following the enactment of the Pension (Amendment) Act 2002 that introduced Personal Retirement Savings Account (PRSA). The legislation required all employers who did not offer a pension as a benefit to organise access to a PRSA for their employees. Policy makers were particularly interested in small employers because reports dating back to 1995

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The use of social media in public relations in Poland and the United Kingdom – case studies from automotive industry

Paul Greenberg CRM at the speed of light - Social CRM strategy, IV edition Mc Graw Hill, 2010 Sułkowski, Ł.,The problems of epistemology of corporate culture, Journal of Intercultural Management, Vol. 1, No. 1, April 2009, 01.06.2013 21.01.2013 30.07.2012 /2013

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Reputation Management for Scientific Organisations — Framework Development and Exemplification

. Corporate Communications, 6(1), 24-30. 28. Gray, E.R. (1986). Managing the Corporate Image. Westport: Quorum. 29. Gray, E.R.; Balmer, J.M.R. (1998). Managing corporate image and corporate reputation, Long Range Planning, 31(5), 695-702. 30. Grochla, E. (1972). Unternehmensorganisation, Neue Ansätze und Konzeptionen. Reinbek: Rowohlt Verlag. 31. Grunig, J.E.; Hung, C.F. (2002). The effect of relationships on reputation and reputation on relationships: A cognitive, behavioural study. Paper presented at the PRSA

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