Meeting a Need

March 2009
Best's Review;Mar2009, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p67
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the 2007 Study of International Employee Benefits Trends by Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. which say that employees in countries like the U.S., India and Mexico continue to value health insurance as top priority. The study reveals that multinational employers are concerned on work force shortages and competition for top talent in mature economies. Moreover, it indicates that employers find new ways to attract and retain highly skilled workers.


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