Employees who have trust in their employer are far more likely to engage in beneficial actions on their behalf — they will advocate for the organization.
A recent study shows the leading cause of our country’s mental health crisis is a lack of access to mental health services. It’s time for FMLA to cover licensed professional counselors as health care providers.
The numbers are stark and scary and show a nation in the midst of a mental health crisis. What can employers do to recognize and mitigate this employee suicide risk?
Plan sponsors have shown interest in a recent ruling that allowed one company to make 401(k) matching contributions while workers repay their student loans.
A growing number of Millennials are facing middle age with more health problems than previous generations, according to recent studies.
Initially launched in 2007, the March of Dimes campaign now includes interactive learning modules and a content library on topics such as preconception planning, learning the signs of preterm labor and breastfeeding.
Unless you have a legitimate reason to hunt for prescription medications that could impair an employee’s ability to safely perform their job, the risks of the test severely outweigh any benefits to gain.
Employers are still having a tough time getting employees to understand the HSA’s triple tax benefit in saving dollars today for health care costs tomorrow.
With 1 in 13 American adults dealing with alcohol addiction, executives and managers must grasp how prevalent this issue in the workplace.
Retirement solutions remain elusive as experts say that delaying retirement is no sure-fire cure for either side.