5 myths about returning to work after a disability

“Returning to work after a disability will create a workers’ compensation claim.” This is just one of the most common myths about returning to work after a disability. Read this blog post for more common myths.

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Are you offering the right benefits? Look to benchmarking, surveys for answers

Have you benchmarked your employee benefits plan? With unemployment at historic lows, benefits have become a big differentiator for employers. Read this blog post for more on offering competitive benefits.

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Your bad work environment may be raising your healthcare costs

According to this article from Employee Benefit News, a growing amount of research is documenting a relationship between stressful work environments and a range of chronic conditions. Read this blog post to learn how your work environment could be raising your healthcare costs.

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Is it Time for Unlimited Time off?

Employees want more time off and out of the office, according to a recent article from Quartz at Work. More and more employee benefits are being designed around employee health, wellness and happiness, but many of them are designed to keep employees at work. Read on to learn more.

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What to consider before adding a genetic testing benefit

Have you considered adding genetic testing benefits to your employer-sponsored benefits package? According to statistics from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), 18 percent of employers provide health-related genetic testing benefits. Read on to learn more.

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Changes are coming to paid leave. Here’s what employers should know

Unsure if you’re up-to-date on employee paid leave policies? Many states and local governments are enacting their own paid leave policies, making it difficult for employers to navigate employee paid leave. Read on for what employers should know about the coming changes for paid leave.

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4 benefits messages to send employees in May

How are you communicating with your employees about their benefits? Tax season has come and gone, and summer is right around the corner, making it a great time of year for employers to beef up communications about certain employee benefits. Continue on for four benefits messages employers should send their employees this May.

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7 tips for keeping shift workers healthy

For companies that are open for more than 10 hours a day, shift work can have multiple positives for companies and their workers, but it can also have numerous negative impacts on workers’ physical and mental health. Read on for seven tips on keeping shift workers healthy

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Workplace Wellness Programs Barely Move The Needle, Study Finds

Workplace wellness programs have become an $8 billion industry in the U.S. A recent study found that workplace wellness programs do not cut costs for employers, reduce absenteeism or improve workers’ health. Continue reading to learn more.

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