Trucking firm takes benefit portability to new heights

Lee, Karen
July 2000
Employee Benefit News;Jul2000, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p56
Deals with the strategy of Tom Kempa, director of compensation and benefits at Schneider Trucking, of emphasizing health management. Basic plans for the strategy; Information on the company's Nurseline program; Benefits of the company's employee assistance program.


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