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Open Enrollment Guide & Resources

Companies are preparing to kick off open enrollment for their employees to choose their workplace benefits. Health, vision, dental, life insurance … even pet insurance may be up for grabs. How can HR professionals best communicate with employees about their choices, when many workers are unfamiliar with the language and concepts of benefits offerings? What’s the best […]

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How much ‘Paid Time Off’ should your company offer employees?

As summer draws to a close, have your employees taken advantage of all the paid vacation time available to them? Workers who don’t take sufficient time off can suffer from stress and burnout, making them less effective at their jobs. Yet a survey by employee scheduling and time tracking software provider TSheets reports that many U.S. employees […]

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6 Tips to Get Employees Off Their Phones

No matter where you go, it seems like people are constantly staring at their phone screens these days. At the office. At dinner. During meetings. While walking down the street. On dates. In bed. (You’re probably only half-paying attention to this article right now as you attempt to multi-task between priorities and the alluring draw […]

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Are Your Employees Eligible for Loan Forgiveness?

Last month LendEDU reported that almost half of all college students surveyed believe they will be entitled to student loan forgiveness.  Most of them will be disappointed to find out that this isn’t true. Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) was designed only for those employed in certain professions. Generally, employment with the following types of […]

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Are Your Employees Eligible for Loan Forgiveness?

Last month LendEDU reported that almost half of all college students surveyed believe they will be entitled to student loan forgiveness.  Most of them will be disappointed to find out that this isn’t true. Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) was designed only for those employed in certain professions. Generally, employment with the following types of […]

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Fiduciary Rule Delayed

Unless you’re a benefits or retirement manager, you probably have not paid much attention to the Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule announced last April. One of the rule’s goals was to put an end to the billions of dollars a year that investors are estimated to waste paying exorbitant fees. According to InvestmentNews.com, “The idea […]

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