Conference highlights top concerns, challenges for HR-benefits leaders

Shepherd, Leah Carlson
November 2006
Employee Benefit News;Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p1
The article deals with the topics addressed at the Benefits Management Forum & Expo in September 2006. With the dynamic and ever changing business trends, Gary Snodgrass, chief human resources (HR) officer at Exelon Corp., emphasized that HR professionals must be proactive, progressive and preemptive to be able to cope with the changing times. Other issues facing the HR departments include rising benefit costs and increased longevity.


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