The Handbook of Employee Benefits: Design, Funding, and Administration
Jerry S. Rosenbloom
McGraw Hill Professional, 2001 - Business & Economics - 1322 pages
This reference text aims to help the reader understand and select the benefit plans that work best for both employees and companies. Employee benefits are an integral, costly component of an employees' pay package. The proper benefits plan is not only essential for employees well-being but is also critical in ensuring high levels of employee satisfication.
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The Environment of Employee Benefit Plans
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