The world is changing in more ways than we can count. For benefits professionals, this means adapting to three big, new realities and factoring them into your employee benefits strategy to help your organization thrive.
Despite some improvements in the tools offered by Leave of Absence (LOA) administrators, LOA remains a major pain point for many employers (and employees). Read on to learn five tangible ways you can leverage technology to improve your employees’ leave experience.
Almost half of all employers are including high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) in their lineup of employee benefits. Because these plans are more complicated than traditional health plans, well-intentioned companies are tailoring communications to help employees understand these plans so they can make truly informed decisions. Read on for answers to the top 8 questions asked during our master class on "Building Engagement: Making HDHPs and HSAs a Success."
Please join us on March 9 at 11 A.M. Pacific Time for our2016 Employee Benefits Predictions Webinar.
Jen will be joined by IA HR founder Mark Stelzner, and Paychex employee wellness guru Bob Merberg, for an energetic conversation about our 6 Employee Benefits Predictions for 2016 and the implications of each for benefits leaders. They will cover these topics with plenty of time for audience Q&A:
This month, the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) releases its2015 CFO survey, showing that senior leaders get the connection between a healthy workforce and achieving strategic business goals. In fact, many see health benefits as an essential tool to attract, retain, and engage talent.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently ruled that workplace discrimination against LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered) workers is unlawful under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Read what the decision means for employers.
As we focus on employee well-being this month, think about how your personal well-being affects your work, and vice versa. Here are 4 questions to ask yourself to measure how engaged and satisfied you are with your job.
The top-line findings from this year’s Metlife Employee Benefits Trends Study reveal employers that offer 11 or more benefits are most successful at being considered an employer of choice. However, all the benefits in the world—whether 11 or 111—don’t replace effective communication. Read our blog post for communication must-haves.
We are honored to bring you the 2014 Inside Benefits Communication Survey report, a collaborative research effort conducted with the National Business Coalition on Health. It analyzes data from more than 300 high-level benefits professionals about strategizing and implementing benefits communication—knowledge that can help you serve employees even better.
New data from Prudential reveal that employees strongly prefer electronic methods to receive benefits communication. Employers, though? Not so much. Read more on how to change the tide and succeed with electronic communication in this week’s news dash.