Escape from Pleasantville: This is not your grandpa's pension

Duff, Susanna
September 1999
Employee Benefit News;Sep99, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p51
Discusses ways for employers to change their strategies in managing the pension plans of their employees. Alignment of pension plans with employee benefits; Pension plan strategy that would complement over-all business goals; Changes in pension plans through legislation.


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