Tag: wellness

Employers Significantly Increasing Progressive Health Benefit Offerings

A new study by WorldatWork and Korn Ferry has found employers are providing a “dramatic” increase of progressive health benefits that are available 24/7 to the “always working” workforce. “The Inventory of Total Rewards Programs and Practices” study identifies the types of progressive benefits that saw the largest gains over the last year in the […]

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Finally, an Answer to Your Employee Benefits Package Woes

Employee well-being and wellness programs are more than just trendy buzzwords. In fact, many employers are integrating wellness into their culture and seeing great results. No matter the size of your budget, wellness programs are possible for all businesses—big and small.

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Court Vacates EEOC Rules on Wellness Disclosures

A federal district court vacated the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) rules on how employers’ wellness programs must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Genetic Nondiscrimination Act (GINA).

Employer Wellness Program Goals, Communications May Be Missing the Mark

A new survey has found that when it comes to wellness programs and initiatives, many employers are not effectively getting the word out to their employees.  Meanwhile, it reveals that many employers may have objectives for their wellness programs that may be misaligned with their original purpose.

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Survey: 2/3 of Workers Would Be Better Employees If They Got More Sleep

With daylight saving time officially coming to an end on Sunday, November 5, it may be time for working Americans to take advantage of that extra hour of sleep. According to a new survey from Glassdoor, three in four (74%) full and part time employees say they get less than 8 hours of sleep on […]

Court Remands EEOC Wellness Rules, Finding No Support for 30% Threshold

A federal district court remanded the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) wellness program rules, finding it unclear how the rules’ 30% threshold met the Americans with Disabilities Act’s (ADA) requirement that wellness programs be “voluntary.”