Involve Employees in Care

Breuer, Nancy L.
October 2001
Workforce;Oct2001 Supplement, Vol. 80, p26
Presents a guideline on how to involve employees in the management of their health benefit plans. Identification of the needs and wants of employees; Provision of a variety of health benefit plans; Presentation of costs and features of the plan to employees.


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