Work/life benefits are valuable, but value isn't measured

January 1998
Workforce;Jan1998, Vol. 77, p29
Highlights findings of a survey on the value of work/life benefits to employees in the United States. Human resource managers' non-measurement of effectiveness of companies' work/life programs; Employees appreciation and usage of programs; Family-care programs; Flexible work arrangements; Financial and wellness counseling; Personal convenience services; Employee-friendly benefits.


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