Tell employees they will have to pay more for health care, then stand back and watch their blood boil. That’s according to a Towers Perrin survey on health-care consumerism. Employees consider health-care costs to be a problem, but they believe someone else should fix it, says the human-resources consulting firm (See related story: '03 Talks Amount to Bitter Pill for Big 3, UAW). “Our poll reveals serious disconnects between employee and employer perceptions,” says Jim ...
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