If youâ€™ve been following the blog these past few weeks, you know that weâ€™ve been focusing on employee health and wellness with wild abandon. Why are we doing this? Because the health, wellness, and general well-being of your staff is important to you and your business. On average, people spend more time at their place of work than they do at home with their own families. A massive value add to traditional benefits packages can be a comprehensive wellness program.
Whether it be a traditional nine-to-five workday or a more flex schedule, employees all have one thing in common: they get hungry.
The New Year has just kicked off and we hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday season. If youâ€™re anything like us, you have already started your New Yearâ€™s resolutions and are two days strong, or two days failed. Either way, we reserve no judgement on whether or not you have been able to give up carbs. What we do encourage you to resolve to do in the New Year is consider your employees and their health.
Did you know that on average, if you offer your employees a comprehensive benefits package, the actual money that you pay your employees accounts for 63% of their overall compensation?
Youâ€™ve done it. As a busy business owner/founder, youâ€™ve finally realized that you donâ€™t have time to worry about the details like human resources, payroll, and benefits packages for your employees. You have decided to partner with a PEO and outsource those duties to a company that will not only help you, but take care of you. Where do you go from here?
Recently, we stumbled across this video from a popular show called â€œAdam Ruins Everything.â€ In this video, host Adam Conover takes a deeper look at the healthcare industry and explains why going to the hospital is so expensive. In true reference to the title, he does ruin everything.
Creating an effective employee retention strategy is far from easy. In fact, in a recent poll by Human Resource Executive Online, respondents ranked employee retention as one of the top three HR challenges employers face today.