Finance and HR: How business gets done

Bernhart, Molly
December 2006
Employee Benefit News;Dec2006, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p18
The article interviews chief financial officer Paul Saleh and senior vice president of human resources Sandy Price of Sprint Nextel on the effectiveness of finance and human resource on employee benefits. According to Saleh, the common financial role of benefits of chief financial officers and finance departments are intended to deliver shareholder value and employee experience.


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