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Employers prepare for significant jump in healthcare costs

Seven in 10 employers expect moderate to significant increases in the cost of health benefits over the next three years, according to Willis Towers Watson.

Employers anticipating big jump in cost of health benefits next year

Costs per employee may jump even higher if organizations don’t act now, experts say.

How the mission of working in healthcare keeps this CHRO inspired

Premise Health’s Liz Reimer shares lessons from her more than two decades in HR.

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.

How rising retiree medical costs highlight the role of HSAs

New Fidelity research has implications for employers and HR leaders navigating myriad challenges—especially holding down healthcare costs.

‘Time for employers to take action’ on soaring healthcare costs

Tackling employee healthcare affordability amid rising costs will be employers’ biggest priority in the coming years, new research says.

Number of the day: COVID-19 support and retention

Employees who report receiving strong support from their employers are less likely to leave their jobs. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.

Benefits news you may have missed: Aug. 24-28

From how COVID-19 is changing employers’ 401(k) strategies to 7 things HR leaders should consider as they reopen, here are some of the week’s top stories.

Benefits news you may have missed: June 22-26

From 10 ways to improve employees’ mental health to how to think about open enrollment during coronavirus, here are some of this week’s top stories.

Benefits news you may have missed: June 8-12

From how many employers allow mid-year health plan changes to coronavirus lessons from Edward Jones’ CHRO, here are some of this week’s top stories.