Examining and renegotiating pharmacy benefit management contracts can help trim drug spending
On January 25, @shrmnextchat chatted with SHRM Senior Vice President of Knowledge Development Alex Alonso (@SHRMKnwldgeSVP) and SHRM Vice President of Research Shonna Waters (@Shonna_Waters) about What's Next for Paid Leave.
In case you missed this informative chat, you can read all the tweets here:
When people think about Social Security, the first thing that comes to mind is retirement. The second is disability. But, our agency is so much more. We have tools, information, and services to help secure today and tomorrow for your employees and their families.
When you start receiving Social Security benefits, certain members of your family may also qualify for benefits on your record. Benefits may be paid to:
For more than 80 years, Social Security has helped secure today and tomorrow with financial benefits that support millions of Americans throughout life’s journey.
Running a competitive business and having healthy employees are twin goals that most employers consider inseparable. And to support both, many employers have invested significant time, money and thoughtful resources into building a comprehensive health, wellness and fitness program.
There was a time when only HR professionals were concerned about the nuts and bolts of employee benefits such as paid leave, telework and health care. Perhaps a top recruit asked a question or a female worker expecting her first child sought clarification on the Family and Medical Leave Act. Or maybe it was HR’s perennial favorite time of year: open enrollment season.
Not any longer. Employee benefits have gone mainstream.
By Catalina Andrade
Is employee happiness an issue at your organization? Have you heard grumbling around the water cooler? Here are some go-to ways to boost morale and improve employee happiness used by Retrofit, a leading provider of weight-management and disease-prevention programs:
By Irene Saccoccio and Alfredo Padilla, Jr
According to recent research from the National Business Group on Health and Fidelity Employer Survey, 84 percent of employers plan to continue or expand their employee wellness programs in the next three to five years. Great news, right? Wellness programs are growing!
The class of 2016 is feeling pretty positive about their job prospects - 86% percent of college graduates are at least somewhat optimistic they will find full-time work after graduating, and 92% are hopeful they will land their desired job, according to a new survey by Indeed.
As temperatures warm up and many businesses with 50 or more employees start to take on new hires for the summer months, it’s worth taking a pause before rolling out the red carpet to onboard your new hires. Both you and your candidates may think that they are being hired for seasonal or part-time positions, but the federal government may see them in a very different light – one that comes with an obligation to offer health care benefits…
"I don't think I've ever heard of any colleague of mine who's gone through a combination who said it's easier than they thought. Most people say it's more difficult than they thought." ~ Mike Sprouse, chief marketing officer for Epic Media Group
Parental Leave and Other Benefits Should be Seen as a Recruiting Tool, Especially for Hard to Fill Jobs