Thoughts of families, now and year-round

Gresham, Lynn
December 2005
Employee Benefit News;Dec2005, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p9
The article discusses the author's experiences in her work place. She discussed medical coverage, STD insurance and employee leave benefits. She also said that autumn and open enrollment period is an extremely busy and stressful period in a workplace. According to her, benefits are reflected not only in an organization, but also in the community and the country as a whole.


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