Making merry

Elswick, Jill
January 2002
Employee Benefit News;Jan2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the employee benefits package used by Merry Maids for employee recruitment and retention. Range of benefits offered by the company to employees; Approach taken by the company toward employee welfare; Enrollment rate at the company's 401 (k) plan.


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