When you hear that someone brings home a 6-figure salary, do you immediately envision a jet-setting CEO or C-suite executive? If so, you’re not alone, but the reality is that some people who take home 6-figures are actually worse off than you might think, especially if they’re living in one particular location.
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Replacing employees is expensive. In a time of low employee retention and high turnover, employers are striving to improve programs with a positive impact on employee engagement. “While individual benefits may not drive retention, benefits packages that address employees’ needs demonstrate that a company cares and, in so doing, become a driver of retention,” said […]
When you think of termination related to cell phone use, it’s most likely related to someone misusing their phone against company policy. However, with the release of the iPhone® 7, one company is firing its employees for just having the phone itself!
Employees find 401(k)s and similar group retirement plans are found to be the most difficult benefits to understand, followed by health insurance and HSA/FSAs, according to a new financial wellness survey released by Four Seasons Financial Education (FSFE).
More employers are investing in “total well-being” programs that address areas such as financial and emotional health, according to the 7th annual survey on corporate health and well-being from Fidelity Investments Benefits Consulting and the National Business Group on Health (NBGH). The survey revealed employers are adding programs that help their workers manage stress, improve […]
By Chris Ceplenski, BLR Managing Editor, News A number of the sessions at WorldatWork’s 2016 Total Rewards Conference touched on—and sometimes focused significantly on—the importance of effective communication with employees regarding their benefits.
Employees are happier with their benefits when a wellness program is offered—and happier still when that wellness program includes a financial wellness component, according to a new survey released by Four Seasons Financial Education (FSFE).