October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer found in women, and the second deadliest. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point.
The world is so different today than it was just a week ago. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is sweeping through our nation and across our world. Uncertainty is at an all-time high, and we’re experiencing a complete disruption of life as we know it.
Imagine taking one hour out of your employees' day every month and dedicating it to benefits education. This may seem like a big task when there are so many other things that are considered a higher priority. But, when benefits education isn't a point of focus in the workplace, it's very likely that it's not being focused on at all.
Business owners, HR leaders, and team managers – listen up. Your employees are totally stressed out.
In this ultra-competitive recruitment and hiring environment, retaining current employees is a critical component of firm success. Not only is a low turnover rate good for the bottom line, but it also means you are creating and building upon a firm foundation for the future.
Protecting your business, employees and customers during a time of emergency can very well determine if your business is able to reopens its doors after.
If it’s about 6-8 weeks before open enrollment, you’ve started to realize that you’ve got a lot to do. The next 2 months are going to fly by in whirlwind of activity, so we are going to dedicate this week’s entire blog post to one of the most crucial - most absolutely essential - pieces of your open enrollment communication.
You’ve planned. You’ve strategized. You’re ready to get things going, right? Congratulations, the countdown to Open Enrollment begins now.
Goodbye summer, hello fall. To most people these words mean a change in weather, wardrobe, or their favorite fall flavored drink at Starbucks. But to an HR or employee benefit professional, it also means something else… time to start gearing up for Open Enrollment.
Two things get me very excited -- Interesting content about employee behavior and a really good infographic. When someone nails both in one swoop, I consider it good enough to share. Here’s why I find this gem relevant to our friends and readers. To understand the types of competitive employee benefit packages that are going to create the best level of satisfaction and loyalty for your company, you need to understand who your employees are, and what is important to them.
With healthcare costs continuing to increase for most employers and employees, many employers are focusing their efforts on building a healthier workforce to make coverage sustainable for the future. One cost-saving, health-promoting benefit employers are turning to is telehealth services.
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