According to research from Limeade, employees’ top three health and well-being goals are to lose weight, have more energy and sleep well. Here are five tips that you can incorporate into your benefit programs, communications and culture to help them meet those milestones.
In 2013, the Supreme Court struck down the federal ban on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional. Now, a new IRS ruling states that benefits administrators will be able to file past claims and move on activity that has been delayed for months as sponsors waited for regulatory action.
Since originally publishing our white paper in 2010, our ingredients for successful benefits communication have been used by thousands of companies. In our newly updated version, Creating Results with Benefits Communication, we have laid out our proven three-step process for effective communication. I encourage you to download it today.
The year 2018 may seem distant today, but the Affordable Care Act’s infamous ‘Cadillac tax’ is looming on the horizon. In a recent blog post for Employee Benefit News, Fidelity VP Jeff Munn writes that health savings accounts might be a sound strategy for employers looking to avoid the impact of the tax.
The consensus at the Women’s Institute for Secure Retirement (WISER) annual symposium, held in Washington, D.C. two weeks ago, was clear: Plain and simple; women, as a whole, are sadly unprepared for retirement, and are lagging far behind men in preparedness.