Hewitt Associates

How the Recession is Killing Private Social Insurance
October 19, 2009

The Wall Street Journal has a terrific piece today about how the recession is accelerating the fraying the post-World War II compact between workers and employers (which has, of course, been fraying for several decades now). Key nugget: Two-thirds of big companies that cut health-care benefits don't plan to restore them to pre-recession levels, they recently told consulting firm Watson Wyatt.

Crash Course
November 07, 2005

The danger of consumer-driven health care.