Employer-provided health insurance coverage for the average American family now costs as much as a small car – $20,000 – every year. That’s the finding of a just released study by the Kaiser Family Foundation nonprofit health research group. The foundation’s annual survey of employer-provided health insurance plans found that employees, on average, pay about […]
In a recent case study detailing what worked and what didn’t, Dan Bengyak, Vice President of Administrative Services at Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital in Newburgh, NY, shares how his company dealt with a vacation time issue: We had an interesting problem on our hands when it came to employees’ vacation time — they had […]
Is your benefits package ready for 2020? Here is a list of the top compliance issues employers have to consider.
The HRMorning team joined 20,000 other HR pros at the Society for Human Resource Management’s annual conference and expo in Las Vegas June 23 – 26. Here’s some of what we learned about employee financial wellness benefits programs. Helping employees achieve and maintain financial wellness was a hot topic at the SHRM conference as employers […]
Great wellness programs achieve the ultimate goal, which is really two-fold: get employees healthier and keep healthcare costs down.
Smaller companies can custom-design marental leave policies as a tactic to compete with larger firms in attracting and retaining talent.
Financial worry is a leading cause of workplace stress. Here are 3 great ways Benefit teams can help.
Walmart is redoubling its efforts to attract high school students by sweetening its tuition assistance offerings.
To keep up with employee absence regs and DOL guidelines, employers need to put in place a robust management program – to define, measure and benchmark absence – to help avoid a lawsuit.