Use the following link to access the article you will use to conduct an article critique.Beller, M. D. (2014, November 22). Mandated benefits, good or bad? At N.Y. hearing, reviews are mixed. Insurance Advocate, 125(19), 42–43. https://bi-gale-com.libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/global/article/GALE%7CA396766770/827931a84a08fd1d2ba809f1b558225a?u=oran95108After reading the article, compose your critique by addressing the items listed below.
- Explain the main topic/question of the article.
- Explain and identify mandatory indirect benefits addressed in the article.
- Discuss factors to consider in determining how to offer and select benefits according to the article.
- Take what you have learned from the unit and article and apply the concepts to your life by explaining whether you support mandatory indirect benefits and describing how they can affect you.
Compensation And Benefits
Netflix employees can choose from a mix of stock options and salary, and Whole Foods employees can vote on the benefits they want according to need and/or demand. How important are employee benefits to you? How do you feel about those options for Netflix and Whole Foods? Do you think you should be given the choice of selecting the benefits based on your personal needs? 200 words.