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Davis, Andrea
March 2011
Employee Benefit News;Mar2011, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p32
The article looks at the story of Kelly Wilson, an employee of Coca-Cola in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The author suggested some insights including one that states that most firms assisting employees returning to work is a cost saving strategy. It also reflects the dos and don'ts for executives in dealing with a return-to-work employee.


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