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September 2008
Employee Benefit News;Sep2008, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p13
An interview with Bruce R. Ellig, an adviser to corporate boards, an independent consultant and the author of "The Complete Guide to Executive Compensation" is presented. When asked about executive death benefits, he reminisces the days when employees had good-paying jobs and relatively good security. He assesses the relationship between an organization's workforce and competitive advantage. He encourages human resources (HR) professionals or benefit managers to understand executive compensation.


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