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Benefits are back

But forget lavish extras: The focus is now lifestyle

By Diane E. Lewis
Globe Staff / July 8, 2004

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The economy is coming back and so are the perks. But forget the fancy cars and foosball tables that dominated the dot-com era. Instead, specialists are predicting that companies eager to recruit and retain workers will offer a slew of lifestyle benefits as the economy recharges. The new perks range from pet insurance and home-buyer assistance programs to ''quiet" rooms ... (Full Article: 747 Words)

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