Life support

Gunsauley, Craig
February 2003
Employee Benefit News;Feb2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p1
Focuses on the employer of choice strategy of Inova Health Systems in Fairfax, Virginia. Number of Inova's workers; Details on the programs and policies implemented by the firm; Impact of the strategy on the firm's turnover rate, job vacancy rate and job satisfaction; Challenges of the strategy.


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