Posted by Laura Carter TIME STAMP: 2 MINUTE READ Open enrollment season does not traditionally elicit much excitement among HR professionals or the employee population they serve. There is a lot of administrative work involved and employees are usually inundated with an overload of dry communications materials. But are we missing a great chance to get … Continue reading Leveraging Opportunities During Open Enrolment
Posted by Trista Chan Being a mother is an experience only someone who has been through it can comprehend. Sure, it has its share of mood swings, bad days, weight gain, etc., but the end result is something spectacular. Seeing a tiny life being brought to existence is absolutely worth going through all those difficult … Continue reading Returning to Work After Maternity Leave
Posted by Trista Chan Employees are the assets of any organization, and to sustain these assets and benefit from their long term service, it’s vital to maintain their wellbeing. With the increase in awareness around living a healthy lifestyle, many employers now offer workplace wellness programs to their employees. These programs help in reducing healthcare … Continue reading Employers Turn to Workplace Wellness to Help Reduce Health Care Costs
Posted by Hilary Turk Wellness programs have become a positive trend in recent years, with almost 90% of employers providing them to their employees. These employers definitely have a positive objective in providing these programmes, but there are some issues that remain missing from the wellness programs that need proper attention for their success. Wellness programs … Continue reading What Is Your Employee Wellness Program Missing?
Today’s most successful companies know that creating a healthy environment for employees is the most direct way to achieve an increase in productivity and encourage employee loyalty. With so much time spent at work, it goes without saying that a healthy work environment is vital to your employee’s health. Creating a successful wellness program can … Continue reading 4 Principles for Creating a Wellness Program