Demand Performance for Benefits

Laabs, Jennifer
January 2000
Workforce;Jan2000, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p42
Focuses on how human resources (HR) professionals can make employees understand the true value of benefits. Need for companies to standardize and consolidate; Practice of companies to link benefits to performance; Importance of bringing benefit plans more closely into alignment with other human resources best practices. INSET: The Year of the Increasing Benefit.


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