Strategy needs guiding light

Barton, Tynan
May 2016
Employee Benefits;May2016, p22
The article discusses the issues associated with devising flexible benefit plans aimed to accommodate the growing volume of data. It mentions that there should be the move of the management to use information that can benefit both the employers and employees in the formulation of salary and financial benefits scheme. It discusses the advantages of considering organizational structure in the formulation of flexible benefits plans.


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