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Topic: How do you balance the value of employee benefits against rising costs?

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kathryn.menefee
Member since 06/27/2012
How do you balance the value of employee benefits against rising costs?
09/24/2012 / 5:53 pm    #-24

In a recent survey by Prudential, 79% of financial executives said that employee benefits are critical for attracting and retaining top talent. However executives struggle with the cost of maintaining these packages. Employers must find “ways to offer an attractive range of benefits while effectively managing benefit costs and risks.”

Read the study at: http://whiteglove.com/sm10-hrcom-29

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Member since 05/18/2005
Re: How do you balance the value of employee benefits against rising costs?
11/01/2012 / 8:46 am    #-23

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paula.randolph
Member since 05/24/2012
Re: How do you balance the value of employee benefits against rising costs?
11/29/2012 / 4:35 pm    #-22

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