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Employee health, happiness to take center stage at benefits conference

Thought leader Jenn Lim will open the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference, set for May 3-5 in Las Vegas.

Inflation is taking a toll on open enrollment

Employees may cut back on benefits due to finances, requiring better employer communication and education.

Macy’s CHRO: ‘The people leader is not for the faint of heart’

Danielle Kirgan shared her employee investment strategy to raise engagement scores and improve retention amid the Great Resignation.

Late-stage cancer is rising; here’s why that’s HR latest challenge

Cancer overtook musculoskeletal conditions as employers' top healthcare cost driver in a new survey.

5 questions for HR to ask ahead of open enrollment season

Employers need to rethink employee support ahead of this year's renewal period.

Will Biden’s forgiveness plan spark interest in student loan benefits?

The announcement might spur further interest and demand in employer assistance as the government help, for many, is a ‘drop in the bucket.’

How employers are rethinking salary, benefits as turnover continues

Companies are turning to pay increases and more diverse benefits to keep workers at their jobs, Gallagher data finds.

Are you offering the benefits employees most want? Probably not, data finds

Employers can “be doing more to support their employees,” says one industry expert.

HBLC speaker proposals deadline extended

HR and benefit leaders have more time to submit a proposal to speak at the 2023 Health and Benefits Leadership Conference.

Inside EY’s $22 million strategy to get workers back into the office

A temporary fund set up by the firm reimbursed all commuting costs, dependent care costs, and pet care costs for its U.S. workers so that the barriers would be removed for office visits.

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