Fighting for staying power

Gresham, Lynn
April 2007
Employee Benefit News;Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p10
The article stresses the growing employee retention in the benefits industry, according to the MetLife Study of Employee Benefit Trends study conducted in 2007. The research found that more than half of employers rank retention as their top benefits objective. It notes that the significance of benefits is shown by the link respondents make between their benefits and job satisfaction. The highlights of the 2006 Spotlight on Benefits report of Mercer Human Resource Consulting are also discussed.


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