Why it might be time to say goodbye to exit interviews

Many companies, large and small, are ending the practice of exit interviews. While the concept seems sound, many HR professionals report that most people who are willing to talk are the ones who complained while in the company's employment. Read on for more. 

How employees really feel about asking for time off during the holidays

More than half of employees feel uneasy about asking employers for time off during the holidays, according to a new survey from management and technology consulting firm, West Monroe Partners. Read this blog post to learn more.

E-Verify Is Down. What Do Employers Do Now?

What are employers to do now that E-Verify, the federal government's electronic employment verification system, has expired? The system compares employee information with the DHS and Social Security Administration (SSA) records to confirm employment eligibility. Continue reading to learn more.

Compliance Recap – December 2018

December was a relatively quiet month for the employee benefits world but there are still a few compliance updates employers should be aware of. Read December's Compliance Recap on our blog now.

4 mistakes to avoid at the intersection of FMLA and PTO

Do you offer leave entitlements such as FMLA and PTO to your employees? Administration of these benefits can become extremely complex. Continue reading this blog post for the four mistakes employers should avoid when it comes to FMLA and PTO.

New resource offers guidance on digital tools for diabetes management

The Northeast Business Group on Health recently updated their guide to include enhanced and new tools for diabetes management. Continue reading this blog post to learn more.

How to make on-demand fitness work for wellness

Are you too intimidated for gyms or don’t have time to make it to a fitness class? On-demand, virtual fitness is a new technology that makes it easier for people to engage in physical activity. Read on for more information.