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Shutan, Bruce
February 2000
Employee Benefit News;Feb2000, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p31
Focuses on the expansion of services and marketing initiatives of professional employer organizations (PEO). Factors that fueled the trend toward PEO services; Functions of PEO; Shift of PEO to employee benefit services.


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