Partial to portals

Brown, Steve
June 2004
Employee Benefit News;6/15/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p28
Focuses on the use of online benefits management through Web portals by employers in the U.S. Percentage of employers who had implemented a Web-based enrollment through online benefit portals, according to a MetLife Employee Benefits Trend Survey in 2003; Types of people who use the portals; Challenges facing employers in convincing people to use Web portals.


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