Top 'Benny' Award goes to a 'strategic dynamo'

Shutan, Bruce
September 2000
Employee Benefit News;09/15/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p1
Announces that Kay Curling, associate director of human resources and director of worklife solutions at information technology firm SRA International has won the 2000 Benny Awards' Benefits Professional of the Year award. Role of Curling in the Nurse Advocacy Program of SRA; Efforts of Curling to raise the 401(K) plans of SRA; Human resources vendor management of SRA; Cost savings of SRA attributed to Curling.


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