Work-life benefits require customization for diversity

Elswick, Jill
May 2000
Employee Benefit News;May2000, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p1
Focuses on the Work Life 2000 conference held in New York by the Conference Board and the Families and Work Institute. Diversity in the workplace according to a speech delivered by Walker Smith of Yankelovich Partners; Importance of customizing employee benefits according to presenters from Pfizer, John Hancock Life Insurance and Target Stores companies; Work life attitudes of baby boomers and Generation X-ers.


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