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Employee Spotlight – Isabel Leck

This month we’re highlighting Administrative Executive and Wellness Coordinator, Isabel Leck!  We’ve asked Isabel a few fun questions to get to know her a little bit better! What is your job title?  Administrative Exectutive/Wellness Coordinator What is the favorite aspect of your job? Working with amazing coworkers everyday. Do you have a favorite sports team? … Continued

Flex Work: Advantages in the New Workforce | Ohio Benefit Advisors

Flex Work.  No doubt you’ve heard this term (or some variation) floating around the last decade or so, but what exactly does it mean? Flexible work can vary by definition depending on who you ask, but one thing is for sure, it’s here to stay and changing the way we view the workforce. According to … Continued

Employee Benefit Trends of 2017 | Ohio Benefit Advisors

Customization of benefits is becoming more popular.  The process of personalizing employee benefits allows for individuals to choose from an array of options, and increases employee satisfaction.      

The Changing Landscape of Employee Benefits | Ohio Benefit Consultants

There is no denying our industry is changing rapidly, and it’s not about to slow down. Combined with disruptive advances in technology and evolving consumer expectations, we’re seeing consumer-driven health care emerge. Take, for example, the fact that employees now spend more than nine hours a day on digital devices. There’s no doubt that all … Continued

Retaining Top Millennial Talent: HR strategies for the largest generation in the workforce | Ohio Benefit Advisors

Millennials are currently the largest generation in the workforce, and statistics show they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. By 2020, millennials are projected to make up 50% of the workforce. As millennials continue to rise in numbers, companies are finding it harder to retain them in their current roles. A study conducted by Deloitte conveyed … Continued

Cost Effective Wellness Strategies for Small Business Employers |Ohio Benefit Advisors

Companies like Google®, L.L. Bean®, and Zappos.com® have the ability to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on wellness programs for their employees. They can build state-of-the-art gym facilities, walking trails around the corporate campus, and offer any number of wellness services to benefit their workers, as well as monetary incentives. For the average employer … Continued

Moving from Employee Wellness to Employee Well-Being | Ohio Employee Benefits

The terms “wellness” and “well-being” are often used interchangeably; however, they mean very different things when applied to workplace health promotion. Traditionally speaking, employee “wellness” programs have primarily focused on just physical health. Whereas employee “well-being” programs emphasize emotional, mental, social, and financial health in addition to physical health. With the addition of millennials in … Continued

Adoption of Private Insurance Exchange Products on the Rise, But Employers Demand More Flexibility

With the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) in full swing, private insurance exchanges are picking up steam among midsize employers (those with 50 or more employees) that desire to offer a competitive benefits package and “a new way to buy insurance.” However, the solutions available to employers in this underserved mid-market are limited … Continued

The Road to Better Absence Management | Ohio Benefits Broker

By Stephen Coffman, Group Practice Leader The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America A more meaningful attempt to manage absences can go a long way toward helping ease the staffing and morale challenges of small and midsize businesses that often feel the impact of absences more acutely than larger firms. What’s more, in an environment … Continued

Know the Secrets of Successful Employee Engagement

The emotional commitment an employee has toward a company and its main goals is called employee engagement—employees being more focused on helping the company thrive. This emotional binder has nothing to do with financial compensation but with the personal feelings of that employee for the workplace.

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