Data-rich benefit reviews align HR and finance

Bernhart, Molly
December 2006
Employee Benefit News;Dec2006, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p14
The article examines benefits data related to the impact of health care benefit costs on human resource and corporate finance management. Most of the benefits reports of chief financial officers (CFO) lack data in absenteeism and investment benefits. The involvement of CFO on investments and benefits offer support for benefit managers.


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