Winning the talent war requires a fresh benefits approach

Gresham, Lynn
April 2006
Employee Benefit News;Apr2006, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p9
Discusses the importance of providing a creative approach to benefits in employee retention and recruitment. Expected number of knowledge workers in developed countries by 2020; Percentage of preretirees and workers with young families who consider benefits as an important criteria in job search according to the 2005 MetLife Employee Benefit Trends Study; Factors human resources-benefit managers must consider in designing benefit plans and communications programs for employees.


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