Despite the current trend of benefit package tinkering that is prevalent among Detroit auto makers, don’t expect a protest movement that has workers leaving their employers en masse, experts say. “I’m sure there are people who will find jobs and probably take off,” says Mark Olson, a Boston-based principal with human resources consultant Towers Perrin, but they will be the exception. “When you look at what the top drivers are for retention and engagement, changes in health care don’t ...
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