Collaborative office spaces may be the trend today, but with a large sector of the workforce identifying as introverted, there’s a need for peace and quiet, too.Read More
Supplemental health products, like hospital indemnity and critical insurance plans, have been growing in popularity as out-of-pocket medical costs increase for many employees.
A growing number of companies such as JPMorgan Chase are extending their health care plans to include comprehensive coverage for autism.
Health care benefits still offer a sense of financial and emotional security despite the substantial changes in who pays for what.Read More
One cost-saving strategy is growing in popularity: conducting audits to ensure that every dependent is eligible for health care benefits.Read More
Many employees will find new benefit options and other changes that will require more education and assistance from employers as workers make their choices.Read More
A recent study indicates that most employees don’t fully understand how to use consumer-driven health plans.
Mental illness is the workplace’s dirty little secret. Employees want to hide it and employers don’t want to hear about it.Read More
Brian Marcotte recently took over the National Business Group on Health. He recently spoke about his vision for the group.
Although they are legally separate organizations with different governing boards, SHRM and the HR Certification Institute have been closely intertwined since the 1970s.