Benefit managers, HR directors sound off about benefit woes

Lee, Karen
September 2005
Employee Benefit News;9/15/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p1
Discusses the difficulty faced by benefit managers and human resource directors when providing a comprehensive benefit package to meet the needs of the workers in the U.S. Complaint of workers regarding their benefits; Reason of employers for resorting to various measures to cut back their benefit expenditures; Contribution of insurance carriers to employers' health benefit problems.


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