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Employers Must Report 2017 and 2018 EEO-1 Pay Data

Did you know: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is requiring that all employers report their pay data, broken down by race, sex and ethnicity, from 2017 and 2018 by September 30. Continue reading this post from the SHRM to learn more.

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Taking the first steps to a long-term benefits strategy

A major challenge is that many HR professionals and finance professionals have conflicting objectives when benefits programs are concerned. Continue reading this blog post to learn more.

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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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Bringing Design Thinking to HR

Is your HR department utilizing design thinking? Design thinking has continued to rise in popularity across many industries. Read this blog post from UBA for things to keep in mind when implementing design thinking processes.

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Compliance Recap – April 2019

What’s new in the compliance world? April was a busy month in the employee benefits world. View UBA’s April 2019 Compliance Recap on our blog now.

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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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4 signs top talent may leave: Best strategies to keep them

A top priority for many HR departments is employee retention, especially since landing new talent in today’s tight labor market is no easy task. Continue reading this blog post for four signs that your star employee might be leaving.

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