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The Employee Retirement Plans

There are indications that this situation of distressed companies cutting employee benefits to reduce expenditures, as exemplified by US Airways, may be a sign of a growing trend, even for companies with more stable financials. Especially with the rising cost of health care, companies can no longer afford to pay as much for benefits as in the past. More and more companies are finding ways to reduce costs by reducing provisions to their employees. Trends such as outsourcing to staffing agencies overseas and hiring temporary and contract workers to fill positions that in the past would have been given to long-term hires with benefits speak to the corporate need to ...

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The Employee Retirement Plans. (1969, December 31). In Retrieved 12:41, December 03, 2016, from
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