Human Resources (HR)

Benefits Madness: The Champion

Thanks for sticking with us throughout Benefits Madness! Your votes determined the 2022 Champion: Remote work/telecommuting. The pandemic offered a forced experiment of sorts with remote/hybrid work and it looks… Read more >

Benefits Madness: Week Three

While you might be making your traditional March Madness bracket predictions this week, the BENEFITS Madness continues into week three! Which of your favorite innovative employee benefit offerings are advancing… Read more >

Benefits Madness: Week 2

The Benefits Madness continues this week! Which of your favorite innovative employee benefit offerings are staying in the big dance? Continue voting and follow along to see which “teams” progress… Read more >

Establishing an Effective Worksite Marijuana Policy

These days, the United States has a patchwork of marijuana-related laws and statutes that can leave employers feeling lost. In his session entitled “The Marijuana Problem” from the recent Institute… Read more >

Benefits as a Percentage of Payroll Remains Consistent

Benefits as a Percentage of Payroll Remains Consistent

Over the past decade, the International Foundation has gathered benchmarking data on hundreds of benefit offerings through its Employee Benefits Survey. Data is gathered on all facets of employee benefits,… Read more >

Which Benefits Drive Employee Satisfaction?

Which Benefits Drive Employee Satisfaction?

While traditional benefits such as retirement plans and health insurance are an important part of most employers’ benefit packages, the perceived value of supplementary offerings such as leave and work-life… Read more >

Student Loan Assistance Benefits Extended Through 2025

Student Loan Assistance Benefits Extended Through 2025

When the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was enacted in March of 2020 allowing employers to make contributions of up to $5,250 toward their employees’ student loans… Read more >