Is your company too small to have a Workplace Wellness Program? While a lack of time and resources may limit what you can accomplish, there are resulting benefits that can apply to companies of all sizes. Those benefits may include improving company morale, increasing workplace productivity, and assisting your employee recruitment and retention efforts. But […]Continue Reading →
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Does your company promote its culture during job interviews? As employers look for ways to improve their hiring efforts, it certainly is wise to analyze how the company is “selling” itself to potential candidates. A recent Spark Hire article provided a number of tips to help employers do that successfully, specifically in regards to company […]Continue Reading →
While the term “spring-cleaning” often provides motivation to clean and organize items around the office, it also can be a great reminder for Human Resources departments regarding their Employee Handbook. Regardless of your company’s size, regularly reviewing employment policies and procedures is becoming increasingly important as workplace legislation and regulations continue to change. While this […]Continue Reading →
Does your company have a workforce full of engaged employees? According to a recent Gallup report, the answer to that question may not necessarily be “yes“. Here are a few of the key statistics highlighted in the report: Less than one-third (31.5%) of U.S. workers were engaged in their jobs in 2014 Managers, executives, and […]Continue Reading →
Here’s our weekly roundup (week ending 1/31/2014) of articles that may benefit CFOs, HR professionals, employee benefit specialists, and others. We hope that you find them helpful. If you have questions on how any of these topics impact your business, please contact our team. Flex Your Creativity in Hiring In this article, the CEO of […]Continue Reading →
In the minds of your company’s workforce, is your employee benefits program viewed as an afterthought? Do employees only view health and dental insurance as something that they expect to receive, right along with their paycheck? And in regards to your company’s management team, do they only view employee benefits as a service that must be […]Continue Reading →