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Learning to Save, Saving to Learn: A Portrait of the Next Generation

April 12, 2013
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Neil Howe, president and co-founder of LifeCourse Associates, refers to people in their late teens as late-wave millennials. Howe says an important quality of this cohort is that they place a higher importance on education than older millennials.
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Another Generation Rises: Looking Beyond the Millennials

April 12, 2013
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Whatever trendy term winds up sticking—'Re-Gen,' 'Gen Z,' 'Pluralist' or 'Homelander'—know that this group now entering its college years is your workforce of the future.
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Get Well Soon? Wellness Programs May Help Decrease Health Costs, Survey Shows

April 10, 2013
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Employers who focus on providing preventive care rather than basic health care for immediate medical needs may end up with happier, more productive employees as well as a healthier bottom line, according to a study by the MetLife Mature Market Institute.
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Health Care Affordability Still Confusing to Employees and Employers Alike, Study Finds

April 10, 2013
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The federal government determined 9.5 percent is the affordability threshold for health care coverage. According to a recent ADP study, approximately 8.6 percent of single full-time employees pay 9.5 percent or more of their total income to obtain coverage.
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More Employers Looking to Impose Wellness Program Nonparticipation Penalties in 2014

March 25, 2013
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Fifty-eight percent of employers are looking to impose penalties on employees who do not participate in health and wellness programs in the coming years, according to a survey published by Aon Hewitt.
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As Per Sheryl Sandberg's Request, a Male Opinion About 'Lean In'

March 22, 2013
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In a recent interview about her book, Sheryl Sandberg calls on men to 'lean in' when it comes to the discussion about women in the workplace. So that's what I'm doing: providing a male voice.
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Home Shopping Not Work: Survey Finds Telecommuters Shop Online More Frequently Than Office Workers

March 20, 2013
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More than two-thirds of telecommuters say they shop online while on the clock when working from home, according to a recent survey published by CouponCabin. Those that do tend to shop online more frequently and for longer periods of time.
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Yes, They Worry: Nearly Half of U.S. Workers Uncertain About Retirement

March 19, 2013
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Despite the recovering U.S. economy, almost all American workers feel uncertain about their ability to live comfortably in retirement, according to a survey conducted by the Employee Benefits Research Institute.
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Rolling Out Dough May Motivate Employees to Drop Pounds, Study Shows

March 12, 2013
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By providing financial incentives, employers may be able to motivate employees to stick with weight-loss programs, according to a recent Mayo Clinic study. Twice as many individuals were able to achieve a total weight-loss goal when offered a monetary reward than individuals who were offered nothing, according to the study.
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Majority of Employers Want to Improve Health Care Plan Efficiency, Reduce Costs: Survey

March 12, 2013
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Most employers plan to find ways to improve the efficiency of their health care plans rather than shift employees and retirees to insurance exchanges, according to a recent Towers Watson & Co. survey.
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