N.J. book publisher brings back a classic

Davolt, Steve
June 2006
Employee Benefit News;Jun2006, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p61
Focuses on the revival and upgrade of a defined benefit retirement plan by book publisher John Wiley & Sons. Calculation of benefits on a career-average that maxes out at 35 years of service; Cost of the plan; Reaction of employees to the retirement upgrade according to benefits administrator Tony Brisbin.


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