Homegrown portals improve service delivery

Gunsauley, Craig
August 2002
Employee Benefit News;Aug2002, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p15
Reports on the use of Internet-based portals for improving business-to-employee communications and promote self-service functions. Importance of the development of the portals to brokers and benefit advisers; Benefits from allowing employees to access and correct human resource (HR) and benefit information; Employers that have introduced Internet-based HR portals.


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