Employee Benefits

Colleagues walking up stairs

Being a Great Workplace is Vital to Your Success

The most successful organizations know the value of good employees and go to great lengths to make their relationship with employees as valuable as possible. This helps them retain their best employees and develop a reputation that makes recruiting easier. Organizations that compete for talented workers recognize the importance of having a reputation as an … Read Full Article

Engaged employees sitting in a meeting

5 Ways to Compete for Top Talent and Engage Employees

As older workers exit the workforce, traditional employer-employee relationships are changing. Employees today want more than a paycheck. They look for jobs that support their personal and professional goals. Are you ready for these changes? Consider five ways you can compete for top talent and engage employees. 1. Connect jobs to employee goals– Regardless of … Read Full Article

4 reasons to ask employees for input on benefits decisions

When making decisions, it’s nice to have choices. Before dining at a new restaurant, purchasing a vehicle or investing in a vacation, often people ask friends for advice and do their own research before making their final decision. At work, most people also want to be involved in decisions, especially choices for health and wellness … Read Full Article

3 Emerging Trends in Wellness Programs

3 Emerging Trends in Employee Wellness Programs

First introduced in businesses over 40 years ago, wellness programs have become important employee benefits. Currently, about 83 percent of large employers provide wellness choices to encourage employees to establish health goals and pursue active lifestyles. Early wellness programs focused on health screenings and educational services. But new trends are emerging as employers seek to … Read Full Article

Businessman Making Presentation To Office Colleagues

4 things to know about managing employee workforce changes

By 2020, employees born before 1990 will make up more than 28 percent of the workforce. Depending on the industry, four or six generations of employees will be working together, which can create many new challenges for employers. Are you ready? Here are four things to know about managing employee workforce changes. 1. Manage generational … Read Full Article

Young male and female in a business setting

How to design compensation and benefits for millennials

Every employer wants the best, most talented employees they can hire. The competition for talent is fierce, especially for younger professionals who want jobs that fit their life and professional goals. In response to this challenge, employers must have an excellent recruitment and retention strategy. Consider the following tips on how to design compensation and … Read Full Article

4 Reasons Employers Should Invest Company Savings on Employees

Whether your company is benefiting from corporate tax overhaul, growing due to a merger or acquisition, or you had a banner year in sales, consider reinvesting those earnings with your employees. Learn about some progressive ways to enhance recruitment and retention, and have a positive impact on your associates. Here are 4 reasons employers should … Read Full Article

10 keys for effective benefits communication

Most employees complain that the benefits enrollment process is confusing. They appreciate the benefits employers provide, but readily admit they don’t understand their plans and coverage options. A Harris Poll survey revealed that only 33 percent of employees pay attention to the benefits materials employers provide. The good news for employers is that developing a … Read Full Article