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Seeds of Change

Do you eat your vegetables? Fruits and vegetables fill a variety of essential nutritional needs and help protect us against certain diseases. Read this blog post from UBA to learn more about how adding more fruits and veggies to your diet can impact your health in a positive way. 

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Employee wellness programs and compliance: What to know right now

Employers must assess whether the plan is “purely participatory” or “health-contingent” under the Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act’s (HIPAA) current guidance. Continue reading for more on wellness program regulations.

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Cheddar Bacon Ranch Potatoes with Joshua Byrd

Cheddar cheese, bacon, Ranch AND potatoes?!? Read this month’s edition of Dish with Joshua Byrd for one of his favorite recipes, Cheddar Bacon Ranch Potatoes.

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Tackling Workplace Bullying

How can employers tackle workplace bullying? According to recent research, about 75 percent of U.S. employees have been impacted by workplace bullying. Read this blog post from UBA to learn more. 

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7 employee engagement trends gaining momentum

Organizations with highly-engaged employees outperform the competition by 147 percent in earnings per share, according to a Gallup survey. Read on for seven employee engagement trends that are gaining momentum.

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Hospital pricing transparency: More information, more confusion?

Hospitals are now required to list the prices of all their services and medications they provide as of January 1. Continue reading this blog post to learn more about this ruling.

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Goodbye group benefits. Hello personalized pay

Off-the-shelf benefit options are presenting employers with a challenge. With five different generations in the workplace, workers have diverse expectations about pay and benefit packages. Read this blog post to learn more.

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With the Advent of Remote Work, Is the ‘Sick Day’ Becoming Passé?

Do you work remotely from home full-time? With many employees working remotely full time, the idea of a sick day could become out of date. Continue reading this post from SHRM to learn more.

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Don’t Forget to Post OSHA Injury and Illness Data at Your Worksite

If you’re covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) record-keeping rule then you must post a summary of 2018 work-related injury and illnesses in a noticeable place from Feb. 1 to April 30. Continue reading to learn more.

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