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The Health Benefits Squeeze: Implications for Nonprofit Organizations and Those They Serve (2004) « Listening Post Communiquès « Listening Post Publications « U.S. Publications « Downloads
Date postedOctober 6, 2004
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CategoriesListening Post Communiquès, Listening Post Publications, U.S. Publications
Tagsemployee benefits, employee health care

Listening Post Communiqué #3 | Lester M. Salamon and Richard O’Sullivan.
Describes the higher than average health benefit cost increases for nonprofits and how they are finding it necessary to shift a disproportionate share of the resulting burden to their already less well paid employees in order to reduce the impacts on the populations they serve.


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