Perks like virtual personal assistant MyAssist can make companies more attractive to employees looking to better balance their work and personal lives.Read More
Employers should be thoughtful about the mobile tools they offer and how they are presented to users.
Some companies, worried about employee engagement, are taking a novel approach: mandating a minimum number of paid days off.
You don’t have to spend a lot on extras for employees to love them, and love you for offering them.Read More
Fewer C-suite managers get luxuries like use of corporate jets because of shareholder pressure, rising costs.Read More
Companies with more money than time can pay companies like AnyPerk to manage employee perks for them.Read More
Many small businesses are wondering how to have an impact on employee health and productivity. One Oregon company is now teaching its employees tips for healthy eating and offering discounts on local fresh produce.Read More
Silicon Valley's tech companies are famous for the perks they offer to lure the best and brightest employees. One such perk—elaborately gourmet free meals. Never one to leave money on the table, the IRS is reportedly examining the taxability of these meals.Read More
The employees are accused of falsely reporting that they participated in healthy activities in order to earn rewards through a wellness program included in their employee health insurance plans.Read More