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Consider all of the information both internal and external an organization must consider when developing and planning an employee benefits plan. What information is the most important to this planning process? Which might be the least important consideration? Conduct research into this problem and cite your reasoning.

Minimum of 3 FULL pages of written content, double space all work, include a reference section APA format

Include at least three (3) supporting references or sources (NOT Wikipedia, unknown, or anonymous sources)

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Different information required for designing employee benefits plan is given.

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