Table of contents for Handbook of employee benefits and administration / editor(s), Christopher G. Reddick, Jerrell D. Coggburn.

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Preface ............................................................................................................xi
Editors ........................................................................................................ xiii
Contributors ..................................................................................................xv
PART I: OVERVIEW
1 Employee Benefi ts Administration: An Introduction
and Overview .........................................................................................3
CHRISTOPHER G. REDDICK AND JERRELL D. COGGBURN
PART II: THE CONTEXT OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
2 Strategic Benefi ts in Human Resource Management ...........................15
DENNIS M. DALEY
3 Employee Benefi ts: Weighing Ethical Principles
and Economic Imperatives ...................................................................29
JONATHAN P. WEST AND JAMES S. BOWMAN
4 Comparing Federal Employee Benefi ts with Th ose
in the Private Sector .............................................................................55
MARK MUSELL, CARY ELLIOTT, AND DAVID TORREGROSA
5 Employee Support and Development Benefi ts:
Generational Issues ..............................................................................75
ILKA M. DECKER
6 Th e Social and Economic Context of Employee
Healthcare Benefi ts ..............................................................................93
ANN BECK
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PART III: HEALTH AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS
7 An Overview of Federal Retirement Benefi ts .....................................121
DAVID TORREGROSA, CARY ELLIOTT, AND MARK MUSELL
8 Th e Changing Environment of State and Local Government
Public Pensions ..................................................................................143
ALBERT HYDE
9 Retirement Planning in the United Kingdom ....................................161
ORLA GOUGH AND SEPIDEH ARKANI
10 Comparing Public and Private Sector Wage and Health
Benefi t Compensation ........................................................................179
ANN BECK
PART IV: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
11 Financial Management Challenges of Other
Postemployment Benefi ts ...................................................................211
JUSTIN MARLOWE
12 Benefi ts and Costs in the Public Sector of Service in the National
Guard and Reserves ............................................................................235
ANTHONY G. WHITE
13 Trends in Outsourcing Human Resources Benefi ts:
Opportunities, Challenges, and the Florida Example ........................261
ELSIE B. CROWELL
14 Accounting and Financial Reporting by Governments
for Retirement Benefi ts: Understanding and Using
the Information in Audited Financial Reports ...................................285
DEAN MICHAEL MEAD
PART V: CONTEMPORARY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ISSUES
15 Work-Life Benefi ts ..............................................................................309
N. JOSEPH CAYER AND CHARLENE M. L. ROACH
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16 Higher Education Benefi ts: How Th ey Help Employees
and Organizations ..............................................................................335
JOAN E. PYNES
17 Transitioning to Defi ned Contribution Retirement
Plans: Th e Importance of Financial Literacy
Development in the Workplace ..........................................................359
JOSEPH H. HOLLAND AND DOUG GOODMAN
18 Domestic Partner Benefi ts ..................................................................379
CHARLES W. GOSSETT
19 Transgender-Inclusive Workplaces and Health Benefi ts:
New Administrative Territory for Public Administrators ..................399
RODDRICK COLVIN
Index ...........................................................................................................415

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Employee fringe benefits -- United States.
Personnel management -- United States.
Public administration -- United States.