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 […]Continue Reading →
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In the 15 years since I helped start CBG Benefits, bringing technology solutions to Human Resources departments has always been a major initiative on my task list. However, I also know that it can be overwhelming for employers to stay on top of what’s available. To help in that regard, I want to highlight a […]Continue Reading →
Which trends will impact your business the most in 2014? The folks at Radius recently put together a presentation of a list of items that may come to mind as you ponder that question. The trends listed cover a variety of topics — from technology to marketing & communication to finance and more. We’re quite […]Continue Reading →
As you look ahead to the trends that may impact your business in 2014, one area that warrants attention is highlighted in the infographic below: the rise of the millennials. The millennial generation may require you to take another look at your efforts in employee recruiting and retention, performance management, policies regarding mobile technology and social […]Continue Reading →
While the holiday season often brings much-needed downtime for many of us, it can also be a good time to catch up on tasks before the year ends and also to do a bit of planning for the year ahead. In our weekly roundup of articles dealing with Human Resources and employee benefits, you’ll find […]Continue Reading →
Does your company offer incentives to employees to participate in workplace wellness programs? If so, you are a member of a fast-growing group. A Look at the Numbers According to a report recently released by Fidelity Management and Research, twice as many midsize employers offer wellness incentives than in 2010. Here are the specific numbers from the […]Continue Reading →