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Monthly Archives: March 2019

The 7 Best Companies for Working Parents in 2019

Hosting 8:30 a.m. meetings after zero hours of sleep, telling I.T. you need a new work laptop because someone spilled apple juice all over the old one, buying a new tie after a vomiting child ruined your favorite: These are just a few of the joyful moments working parents get to experience every day. Luckily, more employers have recognized that happy workers equal good workers, and by offering tools and benefits to help employees with […]

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Here’s Why You Need to Offer Supplemental Health Benefits

When you’re researching products to add to your organization’s benefits package, it’s easy to get caught up in the nitty-gritty and lose sight of the big picture. What you really need to know is if the product helps both your employees and your organization. Below, we’ve listed six ways supplemental insurance benefits, also known as voluntary benefits, can do just that. Supplemental insurance is an inexpensive way to grow a financial-wellness program, recruit and retain […]

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Beat the 3:30 Slump with These 7 Tricks

Ah, the 3:30 slump. Lunch has been over for hours, but you’re nowhere near the end of the workday. Your eyelids are heavy, your brain is drained, and you can’t seem to focus on your tasks. You shouldn’t drink coffee because you won’t be able to sleep at night, and you can’t take a nap at your desk because you’ll get fired. You can get through it! Taking a walk, eating a healthy snack, or […]

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5 Ways to Help Employees Deal with Tax Season

Tax season is not the most wonderful time of the year. Nobody wishes anyone a happy Tax Day, and families don’t come together on Tax-Day morning to celebrate standard deductions. Taxes are a pain in the neck, and we all know it. Tax season can also bring up all sorts of stressful issues that most people would prefer to avoid: math, personal finance, even marital problems. You have to sort out all these issues and […]

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Here’s Why You Should Recruit Ex-Offenders

Carrying seaweed at night is against the law in New Hampshire. In North Carolina, playing bingo for more than five hours straight can get you thrown in the slammer. Live in West Virginia? Don’t even think about using a ferret to help you hunt. Breaking any of these silly laws can give someone a criminal record, which is one of many reasons why we need to change how we think about hiring Americans with these […]

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Discount Platforms Versus Voluntary Benefits: Which Will Your Employees Use?

Before you take the time to implement an employee program, you should feel confident that your employees will use it. You don’t want a perk you put work into establishing to sit unused. That’s why we’ve broken down two of the most popular employee programs, voluntary benefits and discount platforms, and which employee demographics are likely to utilize them. Voluntary Benefits Voluntary benefits such as critical illness, accident, and long-term care (LTC) insurance offer broader […]

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