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Sixty-three percent of millennials would struggle to cover an unexpected expense of $500, and only six percent of millennials feel like they make enough to cover their basic needs, according to the Economic Innovation Group. Many employers are now tailoring their job postings, descriptions and...

Vision benefits have traditionally been offered as an elective, with coverage is focusing on vision tests or discounts for corrective eyewear. However, this often can result in inadequate coverage for employees and their dependents. Read this blog post to learn more about vision benefits....

What benefits do your employees want? A one-size-fits-all benefits plan doesn't cut it in this age of the multigenerational workforce and a tight labor market. A multigenerational workforce means that employees will no longer find the run-of-the-mill benefits plans adequate. Continue reading for six voluntary...

With a workforce that stretches across three to five different generations depending on the company, it’s important for employers to develop a multigenerational benefits strategy. Read this blog post to learn more. ...

Even though 83 percent of today’s workforce said health insurance was very or extremely important in deciding whether they would change jobs or not, employees tend to delay or disengage from retirement and healthcare decisions. Read on to learn more. ...

Many employers have been re-examining the employee benefits they offer since the ACA was enacted eight years ago in an effort to manage costs, navigate compliance and expand their plan options. Continue reading to learn more. ...

Many employees choose to opt out of benefits for numerous reasons. In this article, Laundry discusses the reasons why employees choose not to enroll in benefits and how education can increase participation in benefits programs. ...