Employers return to luxury perks

Anderson, Tom
February 2006
Employee Benefit News;Feb2006, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p64
The article presents information on the work-life benefits that employers provide in the U.S. Meridian Health believes that providing benefits that help balance work and family makes workers loyal. Work-life benefits are being used as incentives for big tasks. The increasing health care costs and pension freezes bar firms to be employers of choice.


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