They did it again! Congress just passed yet another extension to the COBRA subsidy … and then some. Here’s what you need to know this time.
A financial wellness program can be to your company’s health insurance what a safety program is to workers’ comp: a strategic way to control costs.
When a Swedish politician proposed the radical idea of paying town workers for one-hour sex breaks to bolster the town’s birthrate, the politician and his little town garnered a ton of media attention.
Many finance chiefs are already putting together their compensation budget for next year, and some new research will give you a pretty good idea of the competition’s pay plans.
You’ll probably want to look into offering staffers some type of education to get their personal finances after seeing these findings.
You can claim “asthma and diabetes cost the workplace such and such per year,” but how much do health problems add up to for your company?
It doesn’t matter how many fancy bells and whistles your wellness program has, if it’s not presented to employees in the right way, participation will likely suffer.
Employers spend vast amounts of time and resources combating costly chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease and obesity — and rightly so. But there’s one health condition that’s largely ignored by health-management programs. — and it’s likely having a negative impact on Finance staffers.
A combination of rising healthcare costs and economic decline has caused many companies to take steps that were unthinkable not too long ago.
Using incentives to promote employee wellness can take a major bite out of health care. But is your company’s program being abused by freeloaders?
All employees are affected by financial wellness to some degree, and this area is a huge opportunity for employers everywhere.
There’s new research out right now that should convince CFOs that adding some type of financial wellness program for workers should be a top priority in the near future.
Despite employers’ increased efforts to get people to focus on their health, stress is causing workers to put their well-being on the back burner.
Most wellness programs are centered around combating costly health conditions like obesity. But the majority of these programs fail to factor in a common problem that can have a disastrous effect on employees’ overall health — and your bottom line.
Now here’s a novel approach for building engagement among Finance team members.
There’s a dangerous disconnect afoot when it comes to benefits. And it could be costing your company big money.
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