A suite of helpful benefits can help your employees manage their personal and family lives while also increasing employee retention at your organization.
Flexible schedules are becoming an increasingly popular – and important – offering. And it serves every demographic in your workforce.
While multitasking might seem like a good idea, research has shown that it actually decreases productivity, and our brains simply aren’t built for it.
In order to be truly family-friendly, your organization needs to be all-inclusive, no matter how each employee defines “family.”
Providing employees with opportunities to deal with physical, mental, financial, and family aspects of their lives, through work-related programs and resources, can help improve overall employee wellbeing. Take a look at four ingredients for a beneficial wellbeing program and learn how to get started.
Child care responsibilities arrive with the fanfare of a new baby, while elder care generally simmers below the surface. Yet the impacts are staggering. Productivity losses are estimated in the billions when employees take off time to care for aging parents.
It’s Leap Day, the day we add a February 29th to keep the calendar up with the earth. In honor of the day, here are a few other things we’ve had to keep up with in the last four years.
Talk to anyone in HR and they’ll tell you there’s a single most important thing you must do to retain employees.
As with any of life’s biggest challenges, elder responsibilities are not limited to the care itself, but knowing where and how to look for it. Finding someone you feel good about is the source of endless hours of searching and many sleepless nights. And this is where EAPs fall short.
As each generation takes on its personal challenges it changes the formula. Women in the workforce necessitated child care. Aging baby boomers continue to necessitate elder care. As is so often the case, people don’t recognize the need for something until it becomes personal.