Edited by Olivia Mitchell...[et al.].
"The workforce of the future promises to be very different from that of the past. A generation ago, there were few workers over the age of 65, but in the future we will see many more employees remain on the job longer than ever before. At the same time, as global markets grow more closely integrated, companies are having to reinvent the workplace, which requires more skilled, more reliable, and more flexible employees. Benefits for the Workplace of the Future explores how workforce and workplace changes are reshaping the form and design of employee benefits and what these trends portend for the future of compensation." [from the dust jacket]
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 301 pages.
Call number: HD4928.N62 U62325 2003