Tag: benefits

zoomers

Impact of Zoomers on Technology Adoption

Zoomers, otherwise known as Generation Z—are in their 20s and just starting to enter the workforce—might be at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to workplace decision-making. However, recent data suggest that this generation may have a disproportionate influence when it comes to technology.

wellness

Dropping the Ball on Employee Wellness Now Will Cost You Big Later

The focus for many organizations has been adjusting to the changing economic climate and either struggling to stay afloat or, for essential organizations, cranking out as much work as possible. It’s at this delicate time that things like increased anxiety, postponed medical care, lack of access to vital prescriptions, increased legal and illegal drug use, […]

Benefits

3 Benefits You’ll Need to Offer Post-Pandemic

Have you reevaluated your employee benefits package since social distancing was implemented? It’s likely that your pre-pandemic perks, plans, and promises won’t hold up after COVID-19 passes. You’ll need new, creative benefits to retain talented employees and snag new superstars.

telework

Could Remote Life Become Permanent? How to Adapt and Keep Up

COVID-19 has forced many businesses and organizations to enter a new way of working that may be unfamiliar to some. Yes, I’m talking about remote work. According to a recent Robert Half survey, a majority of office workers have already transitioned to remote work, with just 2% planning to do so soon.

primary

What Is Direct Primary Care (DPC)?

Direct primary care (DPC), as the name implies, is a type of program that provides and covers care from a primary care physician (PCP). Typically, this means only PCP visits are covered but not other services or providers.

training

Aligning Employee Training with Company Objectives

Those reading this blog certainly understand the importance of employee training and development. That’s the reason they are visiting this page in the first place. Indeed, most companies and employees generally understand that training is important. But it’s that “generally” qualifier that can and often does lead to some training inefficiencies.