Change needed to avert retiree health funding crisis

Simpson, Carole
September 2001
Employee Benefit News;9/15/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p36
Reports on the need for businesses to re-establish their commitment to baby boomers by establishing pre-funded health care plans to avert retiree health funding crisis. Recommendation of a report from the Society of Human Resource Management; Value of health insurance to employees; How baby boomers respond to the threat of lost personal wealth and limited health care choices.


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