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CBG Benefits Quoted in PeopleG2 Article on Strategic Challenges for HR 2015

CBG Benefits was recently featured in an article from PeopleG2. The article compiled a list of key strategic challenges that will be faced by Human Resources departments in 2015. In the article, Chris Costello, Principal and Founder of CBG Benefits, discussed the importance of having a strategy in place to deal with different generations within [...]

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Jeanne Nicholson of CBG Benefits Named One of the Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising

We are excited to announce that Jeanne Nicholson, Sr. Vice President of Benefit Consulting at CBG Benefits, has been named one of the Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising by Employee Benefit Adviser magazine. This award was provided to those that are not only making extraordinary contributions to the employee benefits field overall, but are also elevating the [...]

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Should Your Company Be Afraid of Self-Funding Employee Benefits?

Last week, I highlighted four advantages companies may achieve by self-funding employee benefits. While the advantages do hit on important goals, including finances, control, and flexibility, many employers still fear the self-funded option. To help companies ignore the hype and truly understand what level of risk is brought about by self-funding, I’m happy to make [...]

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Best Practices for Your Employee Recognition Program

As a Founder and Principal of CBG Benefits, and someone that has the privilege of working closely with many other business owners and entrepreneurs, I recognize the pressures and challenges that are faced on a daily basis by employers. There is significant time needed to keep business moving forward and to ensure that financial objectives are met. But [...]

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3 Strategies to Improve Employee Onboarding

I recently came across an article within Inc. magazine that focused on the subject of employee onboarding. The article highlighted a few of the different ways that companies are effectively bringing new hires into the fold. I certainly encourage you to read the entire article. Here are three of the strategies that stood out to [...]

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3 Steps for Business Succession Planning

Is your company prepared for health care reform? For a downswing (or upswing) in the economy? For a natural disaster? Those are just a few items that could potentially have a dramatic impact on one’s business. Another item that could have a similar impact is if a key member of your leadership team leaves the [...]

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How to Implement a 360-Degree Review Process

As companies seek to ensure that their performance management process is the right one for their organization, some have moved to a 360-Degree review process. This strategy typically entails obtaining feedback from a multitude of sources that regularly interact with an employee. That list may include their manager, peers, subordinates, customers, and clients. Also, employee being reviewed is given [...]

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Overcoming Opposition to Implement a Wellness Program

Are you looking to implement a wellness program at your business? If so, having the support of upper-level management can be a tremendous asset. However, some HR Managers and Directors have found themselves in situations where they do not have support from the leadership team. Here are 5 ways to deal with opposition in order to [...]

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Posted in: Human Resources, Wellness

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