November, 2022

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Employee reward systems: A practical guide

Achievers

Every organization rewards its employees in some way, whether it’s simply through the salary and benefits they receive or the occasional awards ceremony celebrating an anniversary or other milestone. But a paycheck and a plaque aren’t enough to make workers feel valued.

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Is national wage transparency coming – and are you ready for it?

TLNT

For businesses operating in New York City, yesterday was a big one. It was the first day a much-anticipated ‘pay transparency’ law came into effect.

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Retirement- Now What? Key Take-Aways from a Seminar for Older Adults

Money Talk

Being the author of a book about transitions in later life , I am always on the lookout for new information about this topic. I recently attended a face-to-face class called Retirement-Now What ? that focused on the same transitions I wrote about. The class started with two questions for each participant: are you retired? and are you happy? When it was my turn to respond, I reiterated a long-standing description of my current status: “No, I am not retired.

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6 types of employee rewards and how to use them

Achievers

What motivates you? Ask 100 employees, and you’ll get 100 unique answers. Maybe it’s the prospect of working on something they’re passionate about. It might be an organizational culture that makes them feel like they really belong.

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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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Employee bleisure travel: Set guidelines for a win-win

Business Management Daily

Imagine you’re daydreaming about visiting China when out of the blue, your company asks if you’re available to make a business trip over there. Could it be? Your dream vacation, funded by your job?

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Is it time to rethink performance reviews?

TLNT

Employees don’t like sitting in on them; managers don’t like the time spent preparing them; and often the results resemble a retrospective account of performance, rather than constructively thinking about how to improve in the future.

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How to support employees with long Covid

Employee Benefits

In July 2022, an employment tribunal ruled that an employee with long Covid was classed as disabled under the Equality Act 2010. Employers may want to ensure that they prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of affected employees and not focus on getting them back to normal as quickly as possible.

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How to support employees who are struggling with their mental health

Employee Benefit News

Mental health benefits Behavioral Health Mental Health

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3 ways HR leaders can get ahead of a recession

Achievers

Three-quarters of HR leaders are worried about the coming recession , according to the latest research from the Achievers Workforce Institute. Attracting, engaging, and retaining the right employees will increase the likelihood of success.

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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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DOL Proposes FLSA Worker Classification Rule

American Payroll Association

The U.S. Department of Labor proposed a rule that would modify how to determine whether a worker is an employee or independent contractor under the Fair Labor Standards Act

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Financial Planning During Uncertain Times

Money Talk

There is no question that we are living in very uncertain times (e.g., inflation, stock market volatility) and few things make people more uneasy than uncertainty about the future. What to do?

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Workplace Road Safety

Florida Workers' Comp

Thanksgiving week 2022 was one of difficult news stories. There were multiple reminders that the workplace is a dangerous place. We can focus our attention on making it safer through regulation, training, and attention, but there will always remain risks.

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Building an inclusive workplace for neurodivergent employees

TLNT

Last month saw employers up and down the country observe the annual National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) – a celebration of the positive contribution that America’s workers with disabilities make, both past, present and (hopefully), future.

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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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Employee Benefits free webinar: How important is women’s health at work?

Employee Benefits

A free webinar hosted by Employee Benefits, titled How important is women’s health at work? in association with Peppy, will be broadcast live at 11am on Wednesday 7 December 2022.

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Why Microsoft is on a mission to lower the unemployment rate for neurodiverse talent

Employee Benefit News

Diversity and equality Recruiting

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Four States and Virgin Islands Face FUTA Credit Reduction for 2022

American Payroll Association

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, California, Connecticut, Illinois, and New York, along with the U.S. Virgin Islands, could not pay back their federal loans by the November 10, 2022, deadline and will lose the full Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) credit for 2022

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Employee personnel files — what should and shouldn’t be included

Business Management Daily

As any human resources professional will attest, managing every employee’s employment life cycle involves a good deal of paperwork. Knowing what to keep and the location of each document is vital to easy retrieval and to maintaining compliance with government and industry regulations.

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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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Why Don’t Men Use EAPs?

International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans

Recommendations on improving EAP use by men. The post Why Don’t Men Use EAPs? appeared first on Word on Benefits. Canada Communication Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Employee Benefits Mental Health U.S. Wellness

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Calling time on traditional talent management

TLNT

In the world of HR, we’ve all become familiar with (and perhaps increasingly oblivious), to easy-to-grasp, catch-all terms. Take ‘talent management’ – a phrase that has long been used to describe how people are managed and developed at work.

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My Ten Key Take-Aways From the 2022 AFCPE Symposium

Money Talk

Attendees at the same professional conference have different take aways depending on their lifestyle, job responsibilities, subject matter knowledge/skill set, and other personal characteristics. We all filter new information through these lenses. When information comes at a “teachable moment,” interest in, and attention to, a presentation dramatically increases.

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Cancer will be the top driver of healthcare costs in 2023: What employers should know

Employee Benefit News

Healthcare costs Healthcare

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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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Social Security Wage Base Increases to $160,200 for 2023

American Payroll Association

On October 13, the Social Security Administration announced that the 2023 social security wage base will be $160,200, which is an increase of $13,200 from $147,000 in 2022

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75% of HR professionals see mental wellbeing as key focus for 2023

Employee Benefits

The majority (75%) of HR professionals stated that mental health and wellbeing would be the most important area in which to provide support to staff in 2023, according to research by WorkNest.

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3 Ways to Recession-Proof Your Benefits Program

Best Money Moves

3 ways to recession-proof your benefits program. How can your workforce prepare as a recession looms on the horizon? Here are 3 ways to recession-proof your benefits program. . With a potential recession on the horizon, employers must focus on the financial wellbeing of their employees.

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Has the ‘Great Resignation’ peaked?

TLNT

The last two years have taken their toll on employers in many ways, but what’s arguably impacted them the most is the sheer number of resignations they’ve had to cope with.

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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.