As many traditional benefits including gym memberships and commuter stipends are no longer available to employees, companies need to change their benefit offerings as well.
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Health insurance, benefits and HR platforms are at the forefront of helping businesses navigate unprecedented challenges brought forth by the pandemic.
Before COVID-19 kept everyone still, these key executives made some strategic moves within the benefits space.
Employers should take these accommodations into account when helping staff set up a remote work environment.
Check out our latest roundup of industry moves.
As medication costs continue to rise, employers should implement these strategies to mitigate the financial burden of pharmaceutical prices.
Co-founder and CEOPTO ExchangeMay 22
CEO and co-founderHoneyBeeMay 22
President and CEORetirement ClearinghouseMay 20
A Mercer study highlights how essential workers are reacting to coronavirus, and what nonessential industries can expect going forward.May 19
“We didn’t need to physically travel to see that RBC was the ideal place to move our practice,” ex-UBS advisor says.May 19
“The mindset has shifted in terms of how we need to be able to lead and support a virtual workforce,” says Edward Jones CHRO Kristin Johnson.May 19
Deadline extended: Who will join the ranks of the Top Women in Benefit Advising? The deadline to nominate an outstanding adviser elevating the status of women in the industry is Monday, June 1.May 19
The pandemic is an opportunity for companies to adjust their communication strategies and business values to connect with employees.May 18