Three phases mark path to post-merger benefits

Russo, David F.
May 2000
Employee Benefit News;May2000, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p60
Deals with the functions of the human resources (HR) department in unifying employee benefits plan following a merger or acquisition of corporations. Way to achieve stability during a time of corporate change; Due diligence stage; Philosophy to guide HR in constructing the unified benefits plan; Qualities needed in the unified benefits plan; How to ensure the unity of benefits in the post-merger or acquisition environment.


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