Pension and Health Insurance Trends

Doerpinghaus, Helen I.
July 2005
Business & Economic Review;Jul-Sep2005, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p30
Academic Journal
Reports on the trend with both employer-based pensions and medical insurance which is toward less employer liability and more employee choice. Employers' limiting of their financial liability by making a fixed contribution regardless of what happens to the cost of retirement and health benefits; Changes in retirement plans; Changes in health care benefits.


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