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Pension Scrooges

Bah humbug! Britain’s pension managers
are a miserable bunch denouncing Christmas parties as too boring, too
forced and too lengthy.

According to the Chartered Manage-ment Institute, only 21 per cent of
pension managers think they are a good thing, with 45 per cent saying
they go on too long and 37 per cent claiming that they are disruptive.

The Diary thought pension managers might need a little Christmas
cheer to distract them from the woes of the current pension crisis.

What better way than by making a fool of yourself in front of
colleagues, photo-copying your backside and telling the boss where to go?

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