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August, 1988, Vol. 111, No. 8
Measuring the cost and incidence
of employee benefits
Demographic, social, and economic changes and employer cost-cutting efforts are combining to produce new, more flexible, more integrated benefitswhich are more difficult to measure. The combination of these demographic, social, and economic changes has resulted in a reexamination of employee compensation, which now encompasses a number of emerging benefits.
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