McDonald's goes gently into consumerism

Davolt, Steve
November 2005
Employee Benefit News;11/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p28
Focuses on the approaches taken by McDonald's Corp. to encourage its employees to adopt a consumer-driven health plan. Expansion of the wellness and prevention programs of the company; Plan of McDonald's to introduce a health assessment tool and a debit card to a flexible spending account; Advantages of the health plans offered by the company.


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