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The benefits of paid family leave

Posted by Paula Turnquist on Feb 14, 2018 11:00:00 AM


While recent arguments have brewed over whether paid family leave in the United States should be a government or an employer covered benefit, there has never been disagreement over how beneficial it can be for parents. The major concern lies in the return of interest for employers. Not only does a business lose a possibly integral employee for months at a time, but paying for that employee and a replacement doesn’t seem worth it, at least in the short term. However, paid family leave can benefit both employers and employees in the long run.

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Modernizing the workplace

Posted by Paula Turnquist on Dec 20, 2017 11:00:00 AM

As millennials continue to take over the workforce- a projected 75% by 2025 according to the Governance Studies at Brookings—benefit programs must adjust with them. Here are a few ways to attract and keep this new talent.

The cost of compliance

Posted by Julio Iturriaga on Nov 10, 2017 3:53:59 PM

With the ever-changing healthcare landscape, employers constantly struggle to meet the benefits needs of their companies. Doing “more with less” seems to be the trend as employers scramble to meet the regulations on laws concerning the Affordable Care Act, Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act and paid parental leave.

FSA vs. HSA: which is a better benefit?

Posted by Christine L. Tricoli on Nov 3, 2017 9:08:01 AM

During Open Enrollment season it’s important to understand all the benefit options available to your employees. An especially hot topic is that of Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA). They both have a lot in common: they use tax-free dollars to help people manage their health care, and they’re easy to set up and don’t require employees to change anything about their medical benefits. The similarities however stop here, and the differences are key to understanding which you should go with.

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