Work-life benefits move beyond `nice' to `necessary.'

Kaylor, Nancy
December 1999
Employee Benefit News;Dec99, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p11
Discusses the necessity of work-life benefit programs for employees in the United States. How companies can also benefit from the programs; Cost impact of unscheduled absenteeism on companies; Tips on handling the problem.


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