employee health & wellness

Results 1 - 10 of 13
Post date: August 23, 2016
Millennials—those born in the early 1980s through the early 2000s—comprise 25 percent of the U.S. workforce, and they will make up nearly half of it by 2020. They’ve started their professional lives with more student loan debt and unemployment than their Generation X and Baby Boomer predecessors....
Post date: November 9, 2016
Although job burnout is an often-discussed issue among managers and HR professionals, a true definition of the phenomenon eludes even the most seasoned professionals. Perhaps this is due to the fact that burnout can be caused by numerous things: boredom, stress, exhaustion, etc. Regardless of the...
Post date: April 3, 2017
By Steven Bearak Life insurance. Dental insurance. Vision insurance. 401(k) plans. As a chief human resource officer or C-suite leader, you’re well aware of these traditional employee benefits, and today’s workforce expects you to have them. However, with employee benefits playing such an essential...
Post date: June 16, 2017
Employers have long been pontificating about the impact that Millennials have on the workforce and what changes are necessary to accommodate them, but the time for discussion has passed. It’s time for action. According to the PEW Research Center, during the last two years, Millennials have...
Post date: October 2, 2017
Growth can be an exciting time for an organization, but change can also create anxiety among employees. Whether the change is an acquisition, organic growth or new hires, managing your company’s benefits during the change process and after it has occurred is critical. Changes affecting benefits are...
Post date: April 14, 2017
2017 has so far been defined by a great amount of uncertainty for employers and employees alike. Since election of the new presidential administration, experts across all industries offered their predictions on what the new administration’s first focus would be. Now, within only three months of...
Post date: June 2, 2016
Explore how companies are thinking differently and looking for cost-effective ways to reduce absenteeism and increase productivity You don’t have to be a company executive to know that healthcare costs represent a significant portion a company’s spending. A 2015 Kaiser Family Foundation study found...
Post date: August 10, 2016
A heavy workload, job pressures—from peers and supervisors—and mobile technology have made it easier for workers to put in office hours even while they’re sitting on a beach. Workations are an all too common occurrence today, and it’s gotten to the point where unplugging doesn’t feel normal anymore...
Post date: October 4, 2018
With 2017 recording an all-time high of over 1,500 data breaches, businesses have started taking measures to better protect their data. While the concept of protecting data is certainly not new, more companies are starting to realize the importance of not only protecting customer data, but employee...
Post date: February 24, 2021
The city of Phoenix recently announced that it will pay each employee $75 to get vaccinated. Why pay someone to do something that’s supposedly in their own best interest? For employers longing to see COVID-19 in the rearview mirror, SHRM has sobering news. Nearly 2,500 SHRM members responded to...