FACE OFF: Will e-enrollment replace meetings?

Lee, Karen
February 2002
Employee Benefit News;Feb2002, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p15
Predicts the elimination of face-to-face enrollment meetings through electronic capabilities in understanding workers' benefits according to brokers, insurers and employers. Importance of face-to-face interaction and employee communication; Advantages of electronic enrollment to human resource professionals; Discussion on the lack of access on the Internet and the difference in the levels of computer literacy.


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