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Promoting Your Employee Benefits Package to Potential Hires

Is your company looking for new ways to promote its employee benefits package during the recruitment process? If so, you may find a number of the tips in this new article from eBix helpful. Entitled “5 Tips for Communicating Your Benefits Package When You Make a Job Offer“, this article includes quotes from Chris Costello, […]

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How Does Your Company Compare? Download the 2015 Paid Time Off (PTO) Benchmarking Survey

While not all employers are legally obligated to provide paid vacation, it has become a common business practice to do so. In addition, some states — including Massachusetts — now have laws that mandate certain types of paid time off, such as sick time. Regardless, most employers must offer at least some amount and type […]

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CBG Benefits Featured in Spark Hire Article Regarding Promoting Company Culture

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 […]

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Using Employee Benefits to Improve Company Culture

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 […]

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