Applying behavioral communication to retirement planning

Sheridan, Ian
August 2006
Employee Benefit News;Aug2006, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p18
Discusses the use of behavioral communication to improve employees' attitudes toward retirement planning. Reasons for the decline in pension plans; Influence of pension plan design on the behavior of employees; Elements of behavioral communication strategies.


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