Employers work toward being employee-friendly

August 1998
National Home Center News;08/10/98, Vol. 24 Issue 15, p79
Presents information on the benefit packages of companies to retain employees. Annual turnover of employees in stores; Recommendation of the consulting firm Senn Delaney for its retal clients; How Church's Builder Wholesale gained the loyalty of its employees.


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