The Handbook of employee benefits: design, funding, and administration

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Dow Jones-Irwin, 1984 - Business & Economics - 1096 pages
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The definitive handbook for every benefits professional, providing you with new material on HIPAA and COBRA, key legislation, and more. . The encyclopedic "The Handbook of Employee Benefits" is the essential reference in the human resources industry, helping you understand and select benefit plans that work best for both employers and employees. Important changes and additions to this sixth edition include new material on behavioral/mental health-care benefits, disease management, alternative medicine, and elder care. In addition, executive compensation plans in a pay-for-performance environment are covered for the first time, as are important changes in benefits following September 11, 2001..

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Functional Approach to Employee Benefits G Victor Hallman 111
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