CFOs seek link between benefit costs, productivity

Gunsauley, Craig
February 2003
Employee Benefit News;Feb2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p15
Discusses the results of a study by the Integrated Benefits Institute on the attitude of chief financial officers (CFO) on health care benefits. Top criteria of the CFO for evaluating programs; Benefit programs that are important to CFO; Recommendation to benefit managers.


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