From the Back Cover
Written by a team of top experts in the field, The Handbook of Employee Benefits offers everything you need to know about designing and implementing health and group benefit programs that benefit both the individual employee and the company as a whole.
Retaining all the information that has made this the go-to resource for HR and benefits professionals for nearly three decades, the seventh edition of The Handbook of Employee Benefits contains brand-new chapters on:
- Health-care Cost Containment
- Managing and Measuring Care Management Intervention Programs
- Business Uses of Life Insurance
- Prescription Drug Plans
- Medicare Part D
- Self-Funded Arrangements and Captive Insurance Companies
- Small Company Benefits
- Multi-Employer Plans
Businesses are functioning on tighter budgets, health care is getting more expensive, and employees are placing increasing importance on quality benefits packages. Add to this the complexities of important new legislation and your job is more difficult than ever.
Required reading for benefits professionals in every industry, The Handbook of Employee Benefits is the only resource you need to build health and group benefits programs that are in line with the realities of today’s business environment.
About the Author
Jerry S. Rosenbloom, Ph.D., is the Frederick H. Ecker emeritus professor of insurance and risk management at the Wharton School. His areas of research include employee benefits, financial planning, financial services, risk, and risk management.