Archive for HR Elements News’ Category


Nov

18

2016

UBA Special Report: 2016 Trends in Employer Wellness Programs

The latest round of regulations in the area of wellness (what employers can and can’t do) is proving to be a hotly contested topic. Employers are eager to offer incentives as a way to both encourage wellness and also lower health care costs. However, employee privacy is on the line, and some argue, at risk. Even though many employers may never see the data collected,…

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What Employers Can Expect from the Trump Administration
Nov

15

2016

What Employers Can Expect from the Trump Administration

  The U.S. Presidential race win by Donald Trump will impact labor, employment, and HR professionals in the key issues of immigration, paid leave, tax reform, and health care. Significant Shift in Immigration Policy Trump has been vocal about his stance on immigration in regard to deportation and illegal immigration. He also seeks to strengthen U.S. jobs, wages, and security through the nationwide use of…

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Retaining Top Millennial Talent: HR strategies for the largest generation in the workforce
Nov

11

2016

Retaining Top Millennial Talent: HR strategies for the largest generation in the workforce

Millennials are currently the largest generation in the workforce, and statistics show they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. By 2020, millennials are projected to make up 50% of the workforce. As millennials continue to rise in numbers, companies are finding it harder to retain them in their current roles. A study conducted by Deloitte conveyed that 44% of millennials can see themselves switching jobs within…

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How Apps are Changing the Way Employees Receive Mental Health Care
Nov

3

2016

How Apps are Changing the Way Employees Receive Mental Health Care

Did you know studies convey that 20% of the population, or 1 in every 5 adults suffer from some sort of mental health condition? Mental health has become a substantially concerning issue in America’s workplace, and therefore a top priority in employee wellness. Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder cause workers to perform less efficiently on a daily basis, which in…

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4 Easy Ways to Step Up Your Employee Wellness Program
Oct

18

2016

4 Easy Ways to Step Up Your Employee Wellness Program

Employee Wellness Programs are a key factor in employee engagement and overall company success in today’s business world. Wellness programs are consistently evolving and changing as employee demands shift. Companies are constantly looking for new ways to engage and encourage their employees, preferably at a lower cost. Below are some effective and cost-efficient ways to enhance your employee wellness programs, leaving your employees happier and…

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Finally, a New I-9
Sep

29

2016

Finally, a New I-9

Since the current version of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, expired on March 31, 2016, employers have been awaiting a new, updated form. On August 25, 2016, the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved a revised Form I-9. Consequently, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has 90 days to update the form and must publish a revised form by November 22, 2016….

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Why Care About Diabetes and What You Can Do as an Employer
Sep

28

2016

Why Care About Diabetes and What You Can Do as an Employer

Diabetes is an expensive disease: $322 billon in America! Costs are compounded because diabetes is the leading cause of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, lower limb amputation, and blindness, and also has connections with some cancers, arthritis, gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease. To add some perspective, consider these facts: Today, 3,835 Americans will be diagnosed with diabetes. Today, diabetes will cause 200 Americans to undergo…

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Striving for a Culture Change in Your Wellness Program (Part 2)
Sep

17

2016

Striving for a Culture Change in Your Wellness Program (Part 2)

Many wellness programs start off with good intentions, offer some education and fun, but even after several years, have failed to meet their original goals or produce real culture change. We recently reviewed the first three steps to a successful, sustainable workplace program. Here we conclude with steps four through six for setting up a successful program.4.  Find internal wellness champions; develop and embrace an…

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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…

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Supporting Your Employees During the Back-to-School Season
Aug

31

2016

Supporting Your Employees During the Back-to-School Season

As thoughts of changing weather and the impending holidays loom, September (and August, in many states) means back to school for employees with children. Don’t forget about your employees with college-age students, who may be driving them across the country to get set up in dorm rooms and ready to face life on a college campus. Some of your employees may be college students as…

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