By: Susan Galvin, Senior Advisor in our DBA partner office in Needham, MA.
A hot new offering in the world of employee benefits is quickly finding its way into many employers’ plans. Student loan repayment plans as an employee benefit are on the rise because of the need that spans multiple generations of employees. According to the most recent 2015 SHRM Employee Benefits survey report, only 3% of employers currently offer this benefit, however, this number is expected to grow to over 26% by 2018. Continue reading Student Loan Repayment Plans: A Need for All Generations
Shred the paper and welcome yourself to 21st century technology. HR software is becoming less expensive, more intuitive and in higher demand than ever before. Frankly, it’s surprising that the wave of adoption didn’t arrive sooner, but thankfully it’s finally here. For countless reasons, more and more small and mid-sized employers are adopting software solutions to more efficiently and effectively manage their employee onboarding, benefits and recruiting processes. There are several culminating factors that have led to this rise in HR technology: Continue reading The Next Level of HR
Happy July! Can you believe we are already halfway through the year? July marks America’s independence and is full of fireworks and hot temperatures. Rising temps go hand-in-hand with the sun’s potent and potentially damaging rays. Although July is home to a smaller number of health observances as noted below, the one that sticks out in my mind is UV Safety. Did someone say sunscreen?
- Hemochromatosis Awareness Month
- International Group B Strep Awareness Month
- Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month
- UV Safety Month
Continue reading Cover Up for UV Safety Month!
I entered the insurance world from a background of sales and customer service with limited knowledge about health insurance. I knew I had health insurance, I knew I needed health insurance, but I knew very little about the intricacies of employer offered health and wellness benefits. Entering this world was daunting, but as a self-proclaimed life-long-learner, I was up for the challenge! Teachers and peers can be a wealth of knowledge, but self-education is equally important. I am an analytical, detail-oriented and socially conscious person, so I knew it was time to do my research. Continue reading Taking Responsibility for Your Health Insurance Selections