Benexecs suggest priorities for new Congress, president

Lee, Karen
November 2000
Employee Benefit News;Nov2000, Vol. 14 Issue 13, p61
Presents the results of a survey of senior benefits managers in the United States asking their opinions about what they think should be the priorities for the government. Lack of priority to legislation meant to strengthen the benefits system; Overview of issues where legislators should focus on; Other survey findings.


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