Clinton proposes law changes to make pensions more women-friendly

January 1999
Workforce;Jan1999, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p20
Reports on the changes to the retirement plans proposed by United States President Bill Clinton that would be more beneficial for women employees. Who will be affected once the changes become law; Disadvantages of women employees compared to men workers.


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