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The company is giving employers free access to a tool that helps employees find prescription drug alternatives—and can help lower employers’ healthcare costs.
Although the vast majority of HR pros say they offer employee assistance programs, nearly half of workers say their employer doesn’t offer one.
The coronavirus pandemic finds more employees struggling—and employers playing catch-up in the rush to help.
From the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare costs to commentary on how HR leaders need to step up with benefits during the pandemic, here are some of this week’s top stories.
Morgan Stanley CHRO Jeff Brodsky sounds off on the pandemic’s impact on the workplace.
OSHA-related complaints are on the rise, yet employers are planning to take safety seriously as people get back to work.
To help in the fight against COVID-19, the firm is offering customers a contact-tracing tool at no charge.
Boeing, Chipotle, Circle K and KinderCare partner with virtual care provider 98point6 to help employees.
Here's how employers can better align their interests in patient-centered outcomes with their benefits planning objectives.
Here’s how many employees say they aren’t getting enough support from their employer during the pandemic—and what it means for HR leaders.
Big Health CEO sounds off on why he hopes the pandemic will inspire a change in mental health support.
Companies’ costs may fall by as much as 4% due to employees forgoing non-essential medical care during the pandemic.
The company is giving employers free access to its Daylight and Sleepio tools during the crisis.
It’s easy to make a business case for robust rewards in a hot job market. It’s much harder to do so during an economic and health crisis.
More than 68,000 employees are now using the app, the companies said during an Instagram Live video.
The site offers employees tips and tools to stay active, manage stress and get better sleep during the pandemic.
Here’s how many employees say their employer isn’t offering programs to support them during the pandemic—and what it means for HR leaders.
The financial company’s Kathie Patterson talks about how she’s handling the coronavirus pandemic.
Here’s how many companies are providing special emotional and mental health programs because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Prioritizing employee wellbeing has been a key component of SEI’s response to the pandemic.