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Is it time for employers to reevaluate mental health benefits?

Today's hot job market is not the best time to cut offerings, one expert warns, but there are other important factors to consider.

The rise of the chief wellness officer: Is the trend growing?

A number of large employers are bringing on C-suite execs to focus specifically on employee wellness.

Number of the day: inflation’s effect on emergency savings

Soaring cost-of-living is eating away at workers’ ability to save money, further proof employer help is needed.

Here’s how inflation is taking a toll on retirement

New research finds employees are cutting 401(k) contributions and delaying retirement, evidence that employers may want to boost support.

Number of the day: lack of retirement savings

Employees aren’t saving enough for their post-work years, data that indicates a call to action for employers.

Number of the day: inflation-driven paycheck concerns

A growing number of employees say they are looking for new, better-paying jobs because of the rising cost of living—data that signals important implications for HR leaders.

Most employers aren’t expanding benefits, in spite of retention woes

Organizations 'are not agile enough to adapt to the market,' one industry expert says.

3 warnings about healthcare cost containment in a tight labor market

Benefit plans designed around utilization management practices may look good on paper, but they often come at a high price to employees and their employers.

Number of the day: financial stress

A bleak new report sheds light on how much employees are struggling to pay their bills. Here’s what it means to HR leaders.

Number of the day: skipping medical care

Nearly half of Americans say they are foregoing healthcare due to medical costs. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.

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