Tag Archives: Employee Wellbeing

Bloomberg Equality Summit: Data, ideas, action

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What does it take to move discussions about inclusion and diversity to action and change? This question was on the minds of the 400 corporate executives, academics and social leaders gathered for the recent Bloomberg Business of Equality Summit co-sponsored … Continue reading →

Choice and flexibility: the win-win approach to employee benefits

Steve Gardner, senior economist at Willis Towers Watson.

Employers are walking a tightrope when it comes to employee benefits. Increasing costs have forced many to cut back their benefits, in effect, spending more for less. At the same time, our research shows that employees are increasingly nervous about … Continue reading →

Why modernize Total Rewards? Here are 10 reasons. (Part 3 in a series)

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Employees are redefining what work means and how it is structured. Some may call this “the future of work” but we call it the present reality of business. Advancements in technology are driving a need for new skills, and changing … Continue reading →

How to make health care a competitive advantage – 8 questions employers are asking

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This year’s Conference Board Employee Health Care Conference brought together more than 1,100 employers to share best practices and discuss how to make health care programs a competitive advantage. Here are some of the most pressing questions conference attendees asked … Continue reading →

Top 5 human resources priorities for 2018

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As we take stock and reflect on HR trends from 2017, we’re reminded of the exciting developments around automation, artificial intelligence, diversity, gender parity and contractual talent. We’ve also seen previously “radical” concepts such as flexibility, personalization and transparency become … Continue reading →

Behavioral economics: A powerful way to influence employee health and wellbeing

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Gaining a deeper understanding of human behavior – and using that understanding effectively – will help us influence people to make better decisions about their health. Professor Richard Thaler, a recent recipient of the Nobel Prize, sought to prove this … Continue reading →

What could the end of DACA mean for your employees’ health and welfare benefits?

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If President Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) takes effect, it’s likely that thousands of undocumented workers will lose their work permits and protected status under the program established by President Obama’s executive order. Businesses … Continue reading →

How to make your employees even smarter (when it comes to benefits decisions)

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Melissa Halverson, Benefits & HRIS Manager for WAXIE Sanitary Supply shares how her company modernized their benefit delivery with Rob Harkins of Willis Towers Watson at the 9th Annual Employer Health Care and Benefits Congress. In my experience interacting with … Continue reading →