A pandemic can have negative effects on your employees’ mental health. Use the strategies below to show employees your support for their emotional state.
Training employees is good for your bottom line and can be done virtually now. Online training was growing in popularity prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, but recent social gathering concerns have quickened that growth. There are several benefits to instructor-led virtual training.
Insurance policies contractually obligate policyholders to report all claims to their insurance carrier. Know what your responsibilities are and understand the consequences of not fulfilling your responsibilities under the contract.
With tens of millions of employees working from home in recent months, employers experienced first-hand the importance of technology to keep operations moving. Even though travel and face-to-face meetings came to halt, technology supported many business processes remotely.
On average, men have shorter life expectancies than women, and women are 100% more likely to go to the doctor than men. These statistics are just one aspect of concern for men’s holistic health, but this month is time for change.
Stay-at-home orders forced many women to cancel routine doctor visits and other preventive services. National Women’s Health Week is a reminder that good health extends well beyond social distancing and hand washing. It’s a time take care of your whole self.
Team building is more important now than ever, as many companies transition to online work. Cohesive teams are integral for any organization’s success. Learn what you can do as an employer and manager to streamline team connection and success.
Pharmacy costs are rising, premiums are increasing, wellness program results are lackluster, and now several employees are suffering from diabetes, a dangerous condition with high-cost claims. Diabetes is physically and monetarily costly, but these concerns can diminish with proper disease...
Paper enrollment forms are rapidly being replaced with cost-saving technology. The future of benefits enrollment is online, and the transition to an online platform with carrier integration has several advantages.
Paternity leave, which allows fathers to take time off work to care for a new child, is gaining popularity as an equitable maternity leave benefit. Employers must offer both benefits, neither benefit, or a generalized parental leave program to ensure employee equality under Title VII.