Companies offer perks to keep employees

Mansour, Rachel
November 2007
Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);11/23/2007, Vol. 54 Issue 61, p26A
The article reports on the findings of the survey to employers regarding benefit packages for their employees in the U.S. According to the survey, 25 percent of employers want to provide or increase the value of financial and retirement planning benefits to employees. In addition, 22 percent of these companies wish to expand sponsorship of defined contribution savings plans to address worklife concerns of their workforce.


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