Archive for Wellness’ Category

Ideas For Improving Employee Morale
Sep

1

2016

Ideas For Improving Employee Morale

OverviewOver time, the morale of any company’s employees can drop, and this leads to lack of motivation to produce, according to HR World. Managers may not know what it takes to improve employee morale, claims Neal Burgis, Ph.D. in his article on the Business Performance website. If possible, ask employees what motivates them, either in a face-to-face meeting or through an anonymous survey. Jane Applegate…

Read More

Aug

19

2016

Flow Chart of Key Wellness Program Regulations

 A wellness program is any formal or informal program that educates employees about health-related issues, promotes following healthy lifestyles, or encourages employees to make healthier choices. Wellness programs vary greatly and are not always called wellness programs. Some are purely educational and have no financial incentives. Others have financial incentives that may take the form of reductions in the employee’s contribution for medical coverage, reduced…

Read More
New Benefits Target Employee Debt
Jul

18

2016

New Benefits Target Employee Debt

By Geoff Mukhtar Communications Manager at United Benefit AdvisorsToday, most new full-time hires expect a company to offer certain standard benefits – health, dental, vision, and life insurance, paid vacation and sick days, and a 401(k) or pension. Some companies go beyond this and provide other benefits such as profit sharing, parking reimbursement, mobile phone reimbursement, wellness programs, and even on-site daycare. So what does…

Read More
HR Elements Bulletin – June 2016 | Kainos Partners
Jun

23

2016

HR Elements Bulletin – June 2016 | Kainos Partners

Future Employee ExpectationToday, most new full-time hires expect a company to offer certain standard benefits – health, dental, vision, and life insurance, paid vacation and sick days, and a 401(k) or pension. Some companies go beyond this and provide other benefits such as profit sharing, parking reimbursement, mobile phone reimbursement, wellness programs, and even on-site daycare. So what does the future hold for employees when…

Read More

May

23

2016

How to Bridge the Wellness Disconnect

Seventeen percent of HR executives versus 30% of business leaders think employee well-being is” very good,” according Optum Health’s Seventh Annual Wellness in the Workplace Study, conducted by the Optum Resource Center for Health & Well-Being.

May

18

2016

EEOC Issues Final Rule on Employer Wellness Programs

WASHINGTON, DC–The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today issued final rules that describe how Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) apply to wellness programs offered by employers that request health information from employees and their spouses. The two rules provide guidance to both employers and employees about how workplace wellness programs can comply with the ADA and GINA consistent with provisions governing wellness programs in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, as amended by the Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act).

May

18

2016

Why Employers Should Consider Mindfulness Training as an Employee Benefit

Resilience gained attention in the 1970s as psychologists and trauma researchers began to articulate the amazing ability of many people to bounce back following a devastating event, crisis or injury. Over time, researchers have identified the characteristics of resilient people, and have identified how to train people to develop skills to increase their resilience.

Page 3 of 812345...Last »