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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.

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.

Among the top 2023 benefits trends: affordability and family support

The vast majority of companies say they are looking to enhance their health and benefit offerings next year in order to attract and retain talent.

The latest trends for retaining talent in today’s uncertain economy

Remote work opportunities are just a piece of the retention puzzle, a new pulse survey shows.

In tough times, should CHROs turn to empathy tools?

A new class of solutions could help employers understand the challenges their employees face each day.

Food, concerts and more: Can they help lure workers back into offices?

Experts and HR leaders say such benefits as childcare and even free food can help entice employees back after two years of working at home.

Passionate about benefits? Submit to speak at HRE’s 2023 conference

Innovative HR and benefits leaders are encouraged to submit a proposal to share ideas at next year’s Health and Benefits Leadership Conference.

HR needs to help working parents—through the pandemic and beyond

A former HR leader for Instagram and Facebook shares 3 ways HR can prioritize the needs of their working parents, starting with embracing 'maximum flexibility.'

The 5 biggest themes of the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference

From mental health to more openness in the office, here is what was discussed at HBLC.

Here’s what’s at stake for benefits leaders in this election year

With the GOP potentially able to take control of the House of Representatives, benefit leaders must prepare for changes, warned American Benefits Council’s Jim Klein.

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