Employees can be a smart benefits shoppers. Really

Markowich, M. Michael; Dortch, John
September 1998
Workforce (10928332);Sep98, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p64
Introduces the employee benefits package called `Powerful Benefits' of Parkview Hospital in the United States. Employees' role as benefits consumers; Key to a successful transition into the investment program; Transition of employees from passive players to smart benefits shoppers.


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