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Byers, Michael
March 2007
Employee Benefit News;Mar2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p20
The article discusses the advantages of interdepartmental collaboration and centralizing organizational information in managing employee benefits. It emphasizes that finance and human resources (HR) departments must collaborate from the start of the benefit procurement cycle. It explains that a single companywide benefits data repository creates a knowledge base that can be used by HR/benefits executives. It asserts that availability of online information promotes efficiency and reduces cost.


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