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Chordas, Lori
March 2009
Best's Review;Mar2009, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p65
Trade Publication
The article focuses on employee benefit programs of multinational corporations. It is said that multinational employers are focused on using their bulk purchasing power to lessen their benefits costs with global insurance providers. It is also said that multinationals are turning to outside consultants to assist develop a global benefits strategy. Moreover, multinational employers are trying to prioritize how they approach looking at their benefit programs by transparency of benefit structures.


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