Commuter Programs - A Unique Employee Benefit

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Commuter Benefit Programs, A Unique Employee Benefit

In today’s tight labor market, chances are your organization is looking to stand out in your recruitment efforts or has been wracking its collective HR brain for new, low-cost ways to boost your appeal to existing employees through your benefits offerings – or both! Particularly if one of your organizational goals is to boost your standing among the less car-dependent, environmentally minded, younger generations now dominating the workforce, then a commuter benefit program might fit the bill.
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3 Voluntary Benefits to Attract and Retain Top Talent

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3 Voluntary Benefits to Attract and Retain Top Talent

Voluntary benefits can be a great addition to add to your benefits package for employees, many at no cost to the employer. Voluntary benefits give employers the ability to balance employee needs with bottom line costs, spotlight the value of your benefits package, and increase employee engagement while protecting employees from life’s unforeseen circumstances.
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Begin the Conversation Now: Developing an FLSA Communication Plan

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Begin the Conversation Now: Developing an FLSA Communication Plan

The U.S. Department of Labor passed legislation regarding the FLSA Overtime Rule in 2016. This new ruling, which established a new salary threshold, effective December 1, 2016, prompts many organizations to reevaluate and update their policies and procedures in relation to employees who are currently classified as exempt.


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6 Trends in Corporate Wellness and Executive Health

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Trends in Corporate Wellness and Executive Health

Workplace wellness programs continue to gain traction across the country as the benefits of these programs on employee health, wellness and productivity become more apparent. Evidence-based studies have demonstrated both physical and financial advantages to the employees and to their employers as wellness initiatives are introduced by corporations.

Creating a culture of health and fitness provides a competitive advantage when hiring new recruits and retaining current employees. Many prospective employees absolutely will consider the health and wellness programs offered by a corporation when considering a prospective employer.

We spoke with Dr. Buchinsky, MD and Dr. Adan, MD, from University Hospitals, about the trends in corporate wellness and executive health going on in today’s workplaces.
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