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4 Ways Inflation and Higher Costs Impact HR | OH Benefits Consultants

U.S. President Joe Biden recently laid out his plans to combat inflation and the high cost of living. The average family is spending an additional $327 per month compared to pre-pandemic costs, according to a CNN broadcast May 10. At the time, the national average price of gas was $4.37. While the Federal Reserve can … Continued

Benefits Education 101 for Employees | Employee Benefits Experts

Companies spend a large amount of time and money creating valuable benefits plans for employees.  But after all that work, they often get low participation.  Good benefit choices require an effort from employers to ensure that employees have help in understanding their benefits options.  To make things even more complex, employers are having to consider … Continued

Best Practices for Employee Appreciation | Ohio Employee Benefits Agency

As HR leaders work hard to retain talent during a historic labor shortage, they are trying to show employee appreciation. At the HR Exchange Network Employee Engagement and Experience online event, Mary Shelley, Chief People Officer at Tango Card, shared best practices for rewarding employees to inform them of their value to the organization. In the session, 5 … Continued

Millennials Want Better Pay and Benefits, Not Perks | Ohio Employee Benefits Group

As a Millennial business consultant who helps companies create people-first company cultures, one of the most frequent questions I’m seeing pop up among employers during the pandemic’s labor shortages is: “What perks can my company offer to attract and retain top Millennial talent?” Then, they’re inevitably disappointed when I tell them that perks like nap pods, … Continued

What Employees Want: Hybrid Work and Flexibility | OH Benefits Consultants

2021 was quittin’ time in America.  Last year alone over 47.4 million Americans quit their jobs. This year, employees seemingly have the upper hand against employers.  The Turnover Tsunami, a.k.a. The Great Resignation, has forced a reckoning with the workplace and few employers have come away unscathed.  Organizations are now shifting priorities to make employee … Continued

Benefits for a Multigenerational Workforce | Ohio Employee Benefits Agency

If only everyone valued the same things, benefits planning would be a lot easier.  If. Only. However, most employers have five generations of employees active in the workplace who want different things.  With generation gaps spanning more than 75 years, finding a one-size-fits-all benefits package can be challenging.  However, there are certain things to consider … Continued

Preparing for Gen Z in the Workplace | Ohio Employee Benefits Partners

Generation Z, also known as Gen Z, which includes those who were born between 1997 and 2015, are beginning to enter the workforce. They are expected to make up 30% of the workforce by 2030. HR leaders are making it a priority to relate to these young people to help them harness their strengths, engage … Continued

HR Trends to Watch in 2022 | OH Benefits Advisors

Human Resources leaders are always being asked to look into a crystal ball and predict the future. You probably don’t have any super powers. But your Spidey sense might be telling you that a few trends that are surfacing are likely to stick around through the new year, 2022. The coronavirus pandemic has changed your … Continued

Data Drop: D&I Appetite, Mental Health Struggles and the Expanding Gig Economy | OH Benefits Consultants

There are certain issues that have taken center stage in the collective conscious when talking about the workplace, the future of work and how the current workforce is faring under the current conditions. Naturally, as those things enter the collective conscious, researchers find themselves asking what exactly holds true and what can we learn from … Continued

How to Improve Your Job Postings | Ohio Benefits Firm

A job posting is often the first impression a prospective job applicant has with your organization. It’s important for that impression to be an informative one. Your job postings should convey why someone would want to work for your company, what distinguishes your workplace from others, what’s exciting about your mission and vision, what you … Continued

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