Bridging the Generation GAP

Cavanaugh, Bonnie Brewer
February 2008
Best's Review;Feb2008, Vol. 108 Issue 10, p86
Trade Publication
The article reports on dealing with rising medical care costs and increasing ethnic diversity in the workplace. It cites the four different, distinct generations in the workforce as well as its own benefit needs. The article also states that the changing U.S. demographic is testing to resolve the rising medical care costs. Moreover, voluntary and supplemental benefits will fill the generation gaps and replace more traditional benefit plans.


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