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The Health Benefits Squeeze: Implications for Delaware Nonprofit Organizations and Those They Serve (2006) « Listening Post Communiquès « Listening Post Publications « U.S. Publications « Downloads
Date postedJune 14, 2006
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CategoriesListening Post Communiquès, Listening Post Publications, U.S. Publications
Tagsemployee benefits, delaware, employee health care

Lester M. Salamon and Stephanie L. Geller.
Describes the consequences of the significant increases in health benefit costs for Delaware’s nonprofit organizations, noting that they are experiencing higher than average health benefit cost increases and finding it necessary to shift a disproportionate share of the resulting burden to their employees in order to reduce the impact on the populations they serve.


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