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Employees who experienced negative interactions with their manager had a decreased sense of connection with their employer and were less motivated to return to work following a disability.
Millennials' lower net worth, combined with a mindset that a disabling condition will never happen to them, makes them ideal candidates for disability insurance.
While most employees blame occasional tardiness on traffic jams and missed alarm clocks, some people are apt to get a little more creative with their excuses. A new CareerBuilder study unveiled 12 memorably unique excuses heard by employers across the country. [photos: ThinkStock]
A large part of the millennial population is still cooped up in their parents basements, but more are saying they are growing up by making more financial decisions following their first job. This blooming adult group, however, is missing out on the benefits of protecting their health through voluntary insurance, according to new survey findings from The Hartford.
Employers offering spousal benefits are more likely to attract new employees and retain the ones they already have, a new study from staffing firm Spherion shows.
Employees with ready access to mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets, prefer accessing employee benefit and pay information using mobile apps rather than using their desktops and laptop computers, an ADP Research Institute Study shows.
Managing Editor Andrea Davis chats with Marci Bowers, director of sales and marketing with Hyatt Legal Plans, about the benefits of legal plans and why employers should measure their return-on-investment.
Commentary: Innovative technology is eliminating payroll deduction as the method of choice for collecting voluntary benefits premium, sounding the death knell for payroll deduction, says Nelson Griswold.
The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) has changed the way your clients manage their employees disability leaves. The Standard has found five mistakes employers may make when considering ADAAA accommodations.
Is now the time to offer accident or critical insurance along with other traditional benefit enrollments? With the uncertainty facing the Affordable Care Acts employer mandate and the high costs associated with these medical claims, new research from MetLife finds that communication of these voluntary benefits will help with employee productivity and cost savings.
Blogger Vinnie Daboul on how to get clients to seek you out for advice not just to place a transaction.
EBA recently introduced a concept several brokers across the country are embracing the retail storefront. But one broker doesnt just want to attract individual clients to walk-in, he plans to use the space to enhance offerings for his group client employees, too.
Through strategic partnerships, small brokerages can compete on a national level.
Outcomes tracking and easy access are contributing to the rise of the employee assistance program. But your clients need you to spread the word.
Experts in the voluntary field share predictions for the coming year and some pretty crazy products that can now be sold through payroll deduction. Comments compiled at SourceMedias Workplace Benefits Transitions conference in Chicago Dec. 10-12. [Images: Fotolia]