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Mental Health is Wealth, So Start Saving Up Now!

“Suck it up,” “cheer up,” “snap out of it,” “but you don’t look sick”- these are just some of the phrases that well-meaning friends and family tell loved ones struggling with mental health issues. Research shows that one in five adults struggle with mental health conditions.  Mental health struggles include depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, [...]

Mental Health is Wealth, So Start Saving Up Now!2022-05-16T05:11:27-05:00

Transparency in Coverage

Health plan price transparency helps consumers know the cost of a covered item or service before receiving care. Beginning July 1, 2022, most group health plans and issuers of group or individual health insurance will begin posting pricing information for covered items and services. This pricing information can be used by third parties, such as [...]

Transparency in Coverage2022-05-13T09:46:39-05:00

What is Mental Health and Wellness in HR?

Mental health and wellness in HR are becoming top priorities for employers. In fact, HR leaders named mental health and wellbeing as their third biggest problem, behind the labor shortage and retaining talent, in the latest HR Exchange Network State of HR report. In addition, those surveyed also said burnout was the top consequence of the pandemic. [...]

What is Mental Health and Wellness in HR?2022-05-02T09:42:17-05:00

Millennials Want Better Pay and Benefits, Not Perks

As a Millennial business consultant who helps companies create people-first company cultures, one of the most frequent questions I’m seeing pop up among employers during the pandemic’s labor shortages is: "What perks can my company offer to attract and retain top Millennial talent?" Then, they’re inevitably disappointed when I tell them that perks like nap pods, [...]

Millennials Want Better Pay and Benefits, Not Perks2022-04-28T21:22:50-05:00

What Employees Want: Hybrid Work and Flexibility

2021 was quittin’ time in America.  Last year alone over 47.4 million Americans quit their jobs. This year, employees seemingly have the upper hand against employers.  The Turnover Tsunami, a.k.a. The Great Resignation, has forced a reckoning with the workplace and few employers have come away unscathed.  Organizations are now shifting priorities to make employee [...]

What Employees Want: Hybrid Work and Flexibility2022-04-21T10:34:58-05:00

5 Tips to Save Money on Health Care: Part 1

Health insurance is essential to protecting your health but the high cost of coverage may leave you feeling sick.  Even after employers pick up a substantial amount of the cost, every year Americans spend thousands of dollars on healthcare while costs are continuing to rise. By taking certain steps, you can stretch your healthcare dollars [...]

5 Tips to Save Money on Health Care: Part 12022-04-11T11:06:01-05:00

As Cybercriminals Act More Like Businesses, Insurers Must Think More Like Criminals

Cybersecurity is no longer an emerging risk but a clear and present one for organizations of all sizes, panelists on a panel at Triple-I’s Joint Industry Forum (JIF) said. This is due in large part to the fact that cybercriminals are increasingly thinking and behaving like businesspeople. “We’ve seen a large increase in ransomware attacks for the [...]

As Cybercriminals Act More Like Businesses, Insurers Must Think More Like Criminals2022-04-04T09:58:27-05:00

Benefits for a Multigenerational Workforce

If only everyone valued the same things, benefits planning would be a lot easier.  If. Only. However, most employers have five generations of employees active in the workplace who want different things.  With generation gaps spanning more than 75 years, finding a one-size-fits-all benefits package can be challenging.  However, there are certain things to consider [...]

Benefits for a Multigenerational Workforce2022-03-25T21:10:51-05:00

6 Ways to Reduce Burnout When You’re Understaffed

Question We’ve been both super busy and understaffed recently. Is there anything we can do during this time to help our employees avoid extra stress or burnout before we can hire more employees? Answer Yes. Here are a few things you can do to make this time run as smoothly and stress-free as possible: Remove nonessential work [...]

6 Ways to Reduce Burnout When You’re Understaffed2022-03-08T15:49:34-06:00
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