As many employers are starting to recognize, managing stress is an important part of leading a healthy life and key to being a productive employee. Intuit is facing this challenge head-on by expanding its new Well Minds program.
Don’t annoy employees with the typical cheesy stock photos, generic statements about healthy living or the-sky-is-falling reminders about soaring health care costs. Instead, educate employees and their families about the practical ways your company supports their unique goals.
As you begin to plan your communications for open enrollment, make sure your plan includes more than just a casual mention of the wellness (or biometric) screenings that may be part of your benefits offerings. Such an important piece of your benefits strategy deserves a prominent place during open enrollment. Here are six tips to help you—and your employees—get the most from your wellness programs during open enrollment.
Despite some improvements in the tools offered by Leave of Absence (LOA) administrators, LOA remains a major pain point for many employers (and employees). Read on to learn five tangible ways you can leverage technology to improve your employees’ leave experience.
We’re happy—pun intended—to see two of our clients honored on the CareerBliss 50 Happiest Companies in America for 2015. Congratulations to Intuit and Adobe. How do the happiest companies use employee benefits communication to add to company culture and employee happiness?
Please join us on March 9 at 11 A.M. Pacific Time for our2016 Employee Benefits Predictions Webinar.
Jen will be joined by IA HR founder Mark Stelzner, and Paychex employee wellness guru Bob Merberg, for an energetic conversation about our 6 Employee Benefits Predictions for 2016 and the implications of each for benefits leaders. They will cover these topics with plenty of time for audience Q&A: