Is flexibility all it could be? One expert says no. To really support employees, the next employee benefits trends need to rethink how flex-time works.
Millennials are our largest generation. They’re also becoming a big part of the sandwich generation, making an urgent new case for dependent benefits.
College advice for kids is “becoming one of the hottest employee benefits for Fortune 500 companies.” Here’s why it’s getting so much attention.
A young woman was puzzling on why so many of her women friends fell into traditional roles after children. We need to help Millennials figure this out.
Why all the talk about employer sponsored elder care benefits? Because elder care costs organizations $34 million annually in presenteeism, lost productivity, and increased medical spending.
Elder challenges affects large numbers of people. But it’s often the stories behind the numbers that make the case for elder care benefits.
The late summer, back-to-school season is theoretically one of your most important periods for productivity. But theoretical productivity only becomes actual work if your employee benefits can handle the very real challenges of the season.
Millennial working mothers are planners. And they’re planning babies around careers. Here’s why every employer needs to know that.
Eldercare may look like a purely personal problem, but it isn’t. Recent data shows unpaid caregiving uses up substantial amounts of time – much of it taken from work.
What happened at SHRM conference this year? Here are three things people were buzzing about.