Signs of relief

Shutan, Bruce
June 1999
Employee Benefit News;Jun99, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p24
Focuses on the Employment Cost Index from the United States Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics. Comments from Gordon Richards, an economist with the National Association of Manufacturers; Employment differential rates; Data on health cost; Predictions on the rise in work-related illnesses and injuries.


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