High-tech provides best benefits for non-traditional partners

Boles, Margaret
September 1997
Workforce (10928332);Sep97, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p18
Presents types of American industries which provide health coverage ranked by percentage of benefits given to nontraditional partners of their employees. Includes high-technology, government, retail, service, mining/construction/wholesale, transportation/communications/utilities, health-care and finance.


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