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By Becki Haines, PHR, SHRM-CP on Monday, April 08, 2019
Building a more engaged workforce can yield powerful results for your company, from reduced turnover to improved safety on the front lines. While there’s no quick fix, every employer is capable of improving engagement and developing a team of more enthusiastic and involved employees.
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With the observance of Mental Health Month in May, it is a good time to consider what your company is doing to help promote good mental health in the workplace. As we know, health isn’t just about our physical well-being but also about our mental well-being. When we talk about health, we have to see the whole person and make use of the tools and resources that benefit minds and bodies together.
One of the “hot” HR topics of the moment is Employee Engagement. What is it and how do companies engage employees? I have a few ideas for you...
While it is true that health insurance and other employer-paid benefits can come with a hefty price tag, some organizations may be short-sighted to dismiss the value of providing access to those benefits.
On October 12, 2017, President Trump signed the Presidential Executive Order Promoting Healthcare Choice and Competition Across the United States. What could this mean for employers?
Not many people enjoy taking time to review or talk about insurance. Our agent joked that it’s a toss up between going to the dentist or meeting with your insurance agent. No one wants to do either, but they are both important and if attended to regularly can prevent bad news later!