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Employer-Sponsored Health and Retirement Benefits: Efforts to Control Employer Costs and the Implications for Workers
Barbara D. Bovbjerg (au); John E. Dicken (au)
Many U.S. workers receive health & pension benefits from employers, & the cost of these benefits represents a growing share of workers’ total compensation. Employers have made changes to control these rising costs, contending that these changes will allow them to remain competitive in an increasingly global market. This report examines the practices employers are using to control the costs of benefits. To evaluate changing employer benefit practices & their implications, the author examined: (1) current & emerging practices employers are using to control the costs of health care benefits, & retirement benefits; & (2) employers’ workforce restructuring changes. Charts & tables.
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