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Employee Benefits Program

A strong employee benefits program – including low-cost employee incentives, employee recognition programs, and employee appreciation programs – can help you improve morale and retention.

We provide employee appreciation day ideas, help you with employee retention strategies and employee benefits management

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Last fall, President Obama signed Executive Order 13706, requiring most large federal contractors and subcontractors to provide at least seven paid sick days per year to employees working on federal contracts.
Government employees, educators and nonprofit workers are far more likely to have experienced workplace training in the last year.
The DOL has issued a final rule requiring retirement advisors to tell clients if they receive commissions for recommendations.

San Francisco has become the first U.S. city to require employers to provide six weeks of paid leave to new parents.

How much do you have save for your retirement?
Serving in the military and raising a family haven’t always been compatible, especially during times of international conflict and repeat deployments overseas.
When drugs don't seem to present a problem within a company, it's easy to develop a cavalier attitude about them. That's not smart.
Telecommuting has tripled since 2004, as more than one-fifth of employers now report that at least 10% of their employees work remotely.
Q. What should I look for in a workplace wellness program for our company?
Financial incentives are a crucial factor in bringing unhealthy workers into workplace wellness programs, according to a new analysis by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
Letting employees work from home improves work/life balance and reduces the stress of commuting, according to CFOs. The result is better retention and greater productivity.
A credit union in New York City has begun an aggressive push to improve the fiscal well-being of workers whose employers offer credit union membership as an employee benefit.
Helping employees lead healthier lives led the way when nearly 500 benefits managers were asked why their organizations have wellness programs.
For several years, proponents have touted wellness programs’ success in lowering health care costs, decreasing absenteeism and raising employee morale. But those laudable goals haven’t insulated wellness programs from controversy.

When it comes to workplace wellness programs, the old adage that you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink is true. Only about 24% of those who work for large employers that offer wellness programs actually participate in them.

The percentage of U.S. workers who belong to a labor union fell again in 2014, dropping to 11.1%, down 0.2 percentage points from 2013.
A British hypnotherapist is offering sessions designed to help stressed out workers “feel as refreshed and revitalised as they do after a two-week break.”
A parade of witnesses before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on Jan. 29 called on the EEOC to relax enforcement of rules that keep some employers from using voluntary wellness plans to control health care costs.
It’s now possible to offer your employees a secure retirement savings account at no cost to you. The federally insured myRA program that President Obama announced in his 2014 State of the Union address is now accepting enrollees.

HR Law 101: The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) governs the administration of employee benefit plans and the rights of plan beneficiaries. While many tend to associate ERISA only with retirement benefits, the law covers many other areas ...

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