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Why More Companies Have Embraced the Dog-Friendly Office

Every morning, millions of dog-owning Americans experience grief and guilt as they leave for their morning commute. Every morning, millions of dogs give their owners those sad puppy-dog eyes, begging them not to leave for work. For some puppy parents, this is starting to change. Organizations from Glassdoor and Etsy to SalesForce and Google are […]

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5 Family-Friendly Perks That Working Parents Love

Last week, we talked about how seven different companies help employees balance work and family. Now we’ve got some tips on how you can make your workplace a haven for working parents. Companies offer family-friendly perks because they know that a stressed employee is a distracted employee and a happy employee is loyal and productive. […]

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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 […]

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Four Facts on Long-Term Care You Need to Know

While not the most glamorous benefit, long-term care insurance (LTC) can have a significant impact on the savings and quality of life of your employees. LTC pays benefits to people who cannot perform any two qualifying activities of daily living, including feeding, toileting, dressing, bathing, and transference. LTC expenses include assisted living, nursing homes, home […]

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Thirteen Benefits Millennials Want

It’s not about ping-pong tables. As Millennials, or Generation Y, and their younger brethren, Generation Z, complete their takeover of the workforce, they’re seeking benefits many companies have never considered offering before. But adding Millennial-approved perks isn’t as expensive or stressful as it may seem. Making small changes to your benefits package, creating a flex-time […]

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