Giving your organization’s leaders the tools to engage employees, help them work efficiently, and improve their skills is essential to building a solid organization. One way to do this is by implementing the SBI Method. The Situation-Behavior-Impact (SBI) Model is simple to use with managers and employees. Using the SBI Model, you capture and clarify […]
While signs indicate economic softening, employers must be active regarding compensation despite how they may be financially impacted in 2023. Companies should consider rising inflation, economic uncertainty, employee expectations, and the tight labor market as they develop their compensation packages and review schedules. Data indicates that many companies are considering larger-than-usual salary increases in 2023: […]
What is underway as one of the most noteworthy changes to retirement savings plans in years, the SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act 2.0), is now law. The SECURE Act 2.0 is one of the most significant changes to retirement savings plans since Congress allowed for the automatic enrollment of employees […]
A well-designed performance review process helps management understand employees’ contributions to the company, their growth, areas they excel, and areas for improvement over the next few months.
While some companies have increased hiring coming out of COVID-19, others are looking to slow down hiring in 2023 until the economic forecast improves. A slowdown provides time to update the company’s image, reorganize recruiter reach out, revise hiring processes, benefits documentation, etc. Doing this now helps ensure you’re ready to hit the hiring gas […]
This article originally appeared in Forbes on Sept. 21, 2022 A company may sometimes connect with a social media career site to list opportunities for candidates that fit their profile of what they need. While this may seem smooth and painless, some sites are not up to date with the company’s available career opportunities and […]
Anytime you’re looking to fill a role, time is money. So it’s important to make sure you make the most out of job interviews by maximizing the value of the time spent with each candidate.
May is Mental Health Month and each year more community groups and organizations are using this time to raise awareness and reduce stigma around the challenges that impact more than 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. These statistics can look different depending on your geographic location and population demographics. Regardless, it is important to recognize the reality of mental illness within our communities and…
Guest blog by One Medical As outdated marketing slogans about getting “beach body ready” ramp up this summer it’s important to stay vigilant about separating fact from fiction when it comes to nutrition. The truth is, there’s an endless array of influencers, authors, and, yes, even medical experts out there who will try to promote […]
We have all recognized and experienced the difficulties of working during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one of the more vulnerable employee populations has been working mothers.
It’s that time of year when employers are making decisions to their employee benefit renewals. Due to the recent developments with COVID-19, there will most likely be another virtual open enrollment meeting for the team.
You’re wrapping up your annual physical when the doctor says she found a slight irregularity with your heartbeat and wants you to get an ECG. She refers you to a local cardiologist. You get the procedure done. Then you get a bill for $2,000 a few weeks later. What went wrong?
The majority of people who have health care insurance obtain it through their employers during open enrollment, though only a small minority understands the complexities of insurance well enough to feel like they made an empowered choice.
Whether you get insurance through work, Medicare, or the individual market, open enrollment is the one period of time each year when you can change your health insurance coverage without a qualifying event…
Now may be a good time to look back a few months just to gain a better long-term perspective. The
market has been trading in a range for the last several months hovering at or near record highs on the
three indices: the Dow, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ…
Employee expectations of what they want from their employer have dramatically changed in part due to COVID-19. The workplace we know has changed, and what employers offer for benefits must keep up with the changing times. According to a study by Kaiser Family Foundation and the Los Angeles Times: Most small and medium business employees say […]