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Today’s employers are facing a perfect storm of economic pressures, an aging workforce, intrusive technologies, and new government mandates on healthcare and more. Meanwhile, employees are required to do more with less, pay higher benefit costs, and work into what would have traditionally been their retirement years. Add 24/7 connectivity, a multigenerational workforce, diversity concerns, privacy breaches and labor unions, and you have a landscape ripe for litigation. That’s where you can make a difference, starting today. Learn more!
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In today’s competitive environment, employees are more educated than ever before about the current salary rates in their location and industry. If you want your business to remain competitive, and retain top talent, you need to stay one-step ahead of your competition, and have a solid pay strategy that’s based on accurate salary data – not speculation. Here are a few simple steps to get you closer to a compensation strategy that retains talent and keeps your company ahead of the curve.
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The need to prepare for healthcare reform is spurring interest in private exchanges and benefits marketplaces. What is not widely known is that this new approach to procuring employee benefits can be leveraged by small to mid-sized companies to reduce or even eliminate the negative cost impact of healthcare reform.
The cost of employee benefits is already high. And it’s going up. A private exchange can pay off handsomely for small to mid-sized companies, if certain keys to success are understood and followed. This white paper examines the issues and identifies the keys.
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When it comes to providing employees with benefits, few options are as attractive as health insurance. Around 18% of the public currently have no insurance, and the upcoming health care reform laws are going to have a big impact on that. By creating private and public health insurance exchanges, these laws aim to help employers and employees find the best insurance solutions available.
HR certificate programs and courses from University of Phoenix can keep you on top of industry changes – and your career. With Human Resource Management certificate programs aligned to the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) industry standards, University of Phoenix can prepare you to navigate HR challenges with confidence.
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