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The domestic partnership organizing manual for employee benefits
Benefits make up 40 percent of a worker’s compensation. In effect, employees who can obtain benefits for their partners are paid higher than those whose cannot. Employers usually don’t offer domestic partnership benefits unless employees push for them.
- It’s a matter of fairness;
- It makes companies more competitive and productive;
- It’s a mainstream business practice;
- It attracts consumers and support for the company.
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