For its successful corporate wellness program that engages employees and their families, Kronos is the silver 2015 Optimas Award winner for Benefits.Read More
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Even though employees dislike enrollment, they appreciate the benefits.
To help, Workforce has launched a new event called Workforce Focus, that will explore the future of benefit management.Read More
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In addition to not having access to COBRA benefits, same-sex couples in domestic partnerships are also subject to different tax consequences than their married counterparts.Read More
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Above all else, being a salaried exempt employee means that you work until you get the job done.
In addition to salary and compensation, shouldn't this beg the question: How do nonsalary/compensation benefits factor into the retention equation? Many companies derive value from enhancing their culture through workplace chaplains, health care clinics, life coaches, etc. Salary and compensation rightfully dominate the attention, but ought we also address the noncompensation and cultural aspects of retention as well?
—Big Picture, HR services, Illinois