Dice.com published a list of the 10 fastest growing states for technology jobs. Based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Establishment Survey, Business and Professional Services, Computer Systems Design and Related Services, this list represents the growth for the first six months of 2014.
Its important for benefit agencies and businesses of all kinds to build a social media presence as a means to attract and retain clients. Here are some of the biggest mistakes to avoid with social media and your company.
You already know that identity theft is a big problem. But did you know that identity thieves are now targeting children? Or that when your employees children are affected, its negative effects on your employees could have spill-over consequences for your business?
Dont miss this informative webinar with LegalShield EVP and President of LegalShield Business Solutions James Rosseau. Youll learn more about identity theft trends in the U.S., how it affects children, and some common misconceptions about the crime. Youll also learn how offering identity theft plans as part of your employees voluntary benefits package helps:
Commentary: Blogger Sam Fleet says that in addition to offering new services to current clients to expand your business, brokers can prospect through new mediums and social networking platforms.
Commentary: Addressing bswifts annual benefits study, CEO Rich Gallun identifies trends and provides insight into how organizations are using wellness initiatives, consumerism and technology to shift responsibility for benefit decision-making and management from employer to employee.
Despite all the technical glitches with Healthcare.gov and state-run exchanges during open enrollment, a large majority of Americans researching health plan options relied on websites for information, but supplemented their research with other outlets for answers, including brokers and advisers.
A major increase in the amount spent on HR tech is leading many employers to reexamine the ways they handle their entire HR workflow, and allowing many benefits managers a greatly expanded range of tools for personnel management.
Employers, including private companies and educational institutions, are being forcibly shut out of their employees social media accounts as privacy advocates push for more action from legislators.
Advisers should expect more employers asking for ways to facilitate and innovate around these reports. Don Garlitz, executive director of bswift Exchange Solutions, talks trends in transparency and flexibility in this space so brokers can be up to date.
A new app has hit the streets of New York, looking to maximize the gym reimbursements that are available but underutilized on many insurance plans.
Transamerica Retirement Solutions' Jeremy Hersch discusses trends in new retirement technologies, including how benefit advisers can position these options to clients and employees alike.
Commentary: How brokers can select the right decision support tool to enhance voluntary sales, according to guest blogger Steve Adams.
Commentary: Guest blogger Veer Gidwaney discusses the intersection of these two types of technologies that some believe are the future of the business.
Who should be concerned about health care data security?
The 2013-2014 winter season has dumped record snow amounts on the northeastern United States, which has made it a rough go for public works agencies and employers to clean up. It also presented an opportunity for snowplow contracting service Xtreme Snow Pros to bulldoze its competition; however, the company was feeling increasingly hampered by its management and recruiting practices.