Streamlined enrollment achieves ROI

October 2000
Employee Benefit News;Oct2000, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p97
Offers information on how human resources and benefits professionals can achieve a return-on-investment (ROI) by streamlining their benefit enrollment. Example of how ROI can be achieved through operational savings; Features of the Benefit Management Group's benefit enrollment management tool; Key to fulfilling the ROI directive.


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