When Companies Should Invest in Training Their Employees — and When They Shouldn’t

Do you offer training and development activities to your employees? According to an industry report, U.S. companies spent $90 billion in 2017 on training and development. Read on to learn more.

Predictive Analytics Will Be The Silent Game-Changer In Employee Benefits

Are you looking for ways to fine-tune your healthcare benefits offerings? Predictive analytics analyzes current and historical data to make predictions about unknown events. Read this blog post to learn more. 

8 scary benefits behaviors employees should avoid

Are your employees contributing to their Health Savings Account (HSA)? Nothing is more scary to benefits professionals than employees mishandling their benefits. Read this blog post to learn more.

9 Simple Ways to Deal With Stress at Work

Reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal that 29 to 40 percent of Americans are extremely stressed at work. Read on for nine simple ways to deal with stress at work. 

Interact Sensitively with Employees Addicted to Opioids

According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, 21-29 percent of patients who are prescribed opioids for pain will end up misusing them. Read this blog post to learn more.

3 steps to negotiating a better employee benefit annual renewal

Does your organization plan for their annual benefits renewal all year? Unfortunately, the expense associated with employee benefits can be extremely difficult to plan for. Read this blog post to learn more.

7 Steps to Running Better Meetings

Do your employees love or hate meetings? Poorly run meetings can often leave staff feeling disengaged and demoralized. Read this blog post for seven steps to running better meetings.

Choosing the Right Flexible Benefit for Employees

Which employer-sponsored benefits will best suit your company’s and employees’ needs? Employers can often feel lost when trying to decide which employee benefits to offer. Read on to learn more.

How to Optimize Open Enrollment for Workers

Issues like the ever-changing status of the ACA and rising cost of prescription medications continue to impact every type of employee. Read this blog post to learn how businesses can optimize open enrollment for their employees.

HR’s recurring headache: Convincing employees to get a flu shot

Is your organization affected by the flu every year? According to The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the flu cost U.S. companies billions of dollars in medical fees and lost earnings. Read on to learn more.