October, 2022

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Be prepared: wage pressures will continue

TLNT

Loathed as I am to be the bearer of bad news, it’s as clear as day that employers hoping for some sort of respite from pressure to increase wages will be sorely disappointed.

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15 actionable employee appreciation ideas

Achievers

Every company relies on its talent to carry it to new heights. But if your organization’s employees feel unappreciated, it won’t be long before they start looking for other opportunities.

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How to Manage Payroll for Small Business Owners

Patriot Software

There’s nothing like starting your own small business. Being your own boss means you choose how to run things, and it lets you see your ideas come to life. But, you have a million and one things on your plate. You might decide to hire new employees to streamline business operations.

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How to attack the root cause of a broken healthcare system

Joe Markland

The following article was published in Employee Benefit News. More than half of Americans have reported medical debt of some kind, lamenting that it affects other financial goals. As a result, many are delaying care.

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The Informed Rewards Leader: Driving Adoption and Evaluating Your Benefits Structure

Speaker: Gretchen Jorbin - Director of Total Rewards at Human Interest

Join total rewards expert Gretchen Jorbin for an insightful discussion on how to help your organization and its employees make the best benefits decisions.

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How can employers use data to personalise a benefits proposition

Employee Benefits

Need to know: Data is helping organisations understand the needs of employees. Information can come from HR systems, surveys or employee-listening exercises. Employers can use insight to deliver personalised benefit offerings for individuals or generations.

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58% of workers feel undervalued at work — how benefits and recognition can help

Employee Benefit News

Employee benefits Workplace culture Compensation

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Who Pays Unemployment Tax?

Patriot Software

When an employee becomes unemployed, they might qualify to receive unemployment benefits. Unemployment benefits are funded by unemployment taxes, which are paid based on employee wages. But who pays unemployment tax? You or your employees?

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7 great tips for making employees happy

Achievers

When you think of your company, the first things that come to mind might be your customers, your products, and, of course, your team. There are many ways to describe the ideal team, like productive, loyal, and collaborative.

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Do Employers Have to Pay Unemployment Taxes?

Patriot Software

As a small employer, you have all sorts of payroll taxes to worry about: income taxes, Medicare tax, and Social Security tax. But, what about unemployment taxes? Do employers have to pay unemployment taxes? Do employers have to pay unemployment taxes?

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Being Mindful of Menopause To Create a Truly Inclusive Benefits Strategy

Speaker: Andrea Wuchiski - Senior Account Executive, Mid-Market Sales

Join this webinar to find out how employers can encourage open acknowledgment of and respect for employees' menopausal experiences while also being considerate of employee privacy.

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State Court E-filing Evolving

Florida Workers' Comp

A recent story in The Florida Bar News provides some poignant reminders about the world as it is, and the challenges that some face. The system is being updated to distribute only document links instead of transmitting the actual documents as attachments.

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Basics of Behavioral Economics

Money Talk

The field of behavioral finance blends economics and psychology and acknowledges that people are often irrational decision makers. Everyone has cognitive biases, which are flaws or errors in thinking that can lead to poor financial decisions.

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Burnout is not just overworking

TLNT

It’s official. A scary tipping point has now been reached – one that says more Americans are ‘ burned-out’ than not – a staggering 52% of them according to a recent study by Indeed.

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West Midland Metro staff to strike for 53 days over pay

Employee Benefits

Credit: Alex Daniels / Shutterstock.com. More than 174 West Midland Metro employees have announced 53 days of strike action in a dispute over pay. The strike action began on Saturday 15 October, and has been scheduled to continue until Saturday 5 January 2023.

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How Fertility Benefits Can Save Your Company Money

Speaker: Taylor Padalino - Account Executive, Enterprise Partnerships

In this webinar, we’ll explore how clinically managed fertility benefits can help your company reduce high-cost claims, guide employees toward less invasive care, and retain some of your most valuable employees.

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10 fun team-building activities to suit every type of worker

Achievers

The idea of team-building sounds great, in a vacuum. What could be wrong with having some fun, getting to better know your coworkers, and even getting a bit of time off the job?

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Procrastination at Work: How to Practice Better Time Management

Business Management Daily

A little bit of procrastination at the office is surprisingly common, with 88% of workers reporting that they put off important work tasks for at least one hour each day. Yet, procrastination at work is a much more severe problem for some workers.

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The 10 workplace policies job seekers are demanding

Employee Benefit News

Employee benefits Workforce management Employee retention

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Money-Saving Tips for Financially Challenging Times

Money Talk

With increasing costs for so many basic necessities, 2022 has been a tough year financially. Many families are trying to “claw back” (a.k.a., recover) the purchasing power that inflation has taken away through a financial “triaging” strategy of increased income, reduced spending, and/or changes in shopping habits and product and service purchases. Looking for ways to improve your cash flow to counterbalance the higher costs associated with inflation?

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How HR Can Equitably Provide Health and Financial Security

Speaker: Gary Robinson, Sr. Vice President of Consultant Relations and Nicky Brown, Vice President of Advocacy and Government Affairs at HealthEquity

In this webinar two employee financial experts will discuss building health and financial security for employees.

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Surprising stats to be aware of

TLNT

Here at TLNT we receive – almost on a daily basis – an inbox-filling amount of emails containing findings from the latest pieces of HR-related research. Disability Discrimination HR Insights HR News HR Technology HR Trends Human Resources Strategic HR Workforce Featured

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UK Power Networks rolls out mental health support for field staff

Employee Benefits

Electrical distribution network operator UK Power Networks has rolled out mental health support for its field employees, ahead of Men’s Health Awareness Month in November.

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Connecticut Paid Family Leave and What to Know

Patriot Software

Connecticut joined the paid family leave states when employers began handling Connecticut paid family leave contributions in 2021. Time has flown by and it’s now 2022. What does that mean? Employees in Connecticut can now apply for benefits from the state’s paid family leave program.

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Top 10 causes of stress at work (and what you can do about them)

Business Management Daily

We all have to contend with workplace stress, and according to the evidence — it’s at an all-time high right now. The proof? 83% of workers in the US now suffer from work-related stress, and businesses regularly lose up to $300 billion annually due to its negative effect on productivity.

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Global Parity for Fertility Benefits: Challenges and Opportunities

Speaker: Leslie Neitzel, Chief Human Resource Officer

In this webinar, we’ll share what employers should know about cultural differences in fertility care, how companies can assess whether a fertility benefit is truly global, and what to look for in a fertility benefit that works for all of your employees.

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How employers can go beyond salaries to attract top-tier talent

Employee Benefit News

Employee benefits Financial wellness Recruiting

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Thirteen Miscellaneous Financial Nuggets from Recent Webinars

Money Talk

It’s that time again…time to recap “nuggets” from recent webinars and conferences that I attended. Below is a list, in no particular order, of insights, facts, and recommendations that stood out to me as being original, significant, and/or useful: New Definition of Retirement- The word “retire” does not necessarily mean “stop working.” Instead, it means “not having to work.” Retirement is not a uniform experience for everyone.

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How intelligent automation can create an inclusive work culture

TLNT

Few of us – especially those working in HR – would object to wanting to make workplaces as inclusive as possible. Automation Future of HR HR Insights HR Technology HR Trends Human Resources Strategic HR Workforce Planning Featured

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EXCLUSIVE: DFS Furniture Group expands family-friendly support

Employee Benefits

EXCLUSIVE: DFS Furniture Group, which includes the brands DFS, Sofology and The Sofa Delivery Company, has introduced fertility, pregnancy and early parenthood support for its 5,500 employees.

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Beyond the Dollar: Why Fertility Benefits Are About More Than Financial Support

Speaker: Leslie Neitzel, Chief Human Resource Officer

In this session, we’ll discuss the complexities of fertility health and all the pieces a fertility benefit should include in order to best support your employees on their journeys.