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Infographic: The Impact of the Millennial Generation

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 theĀ 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 […]

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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 Keys to Increasing Employee Happiness

At CBG Benefits, we provide services and solutions that help our clients achieve their health and welfare goals. Those efforts include helping companies increase the satisfaction and happiness of their employees. This often involves a number of components, including engaging employees, eliciting feedback, and developing programs and plans that are tailored toward one’s workforce. However, […]

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Is PTO Good For Your Business?

Is your company thinking of implementing a Personal Time Off (PTO) policy within its employee benefits program? While many companies continue to offer separate buckets for sick days and vacation days, the PTO approach provides a bank of hours that employees can draw from for a variety of reasons. To help you analyze whether the […]

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