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Data Drop: The Latest Workforce Surveys for HR Professionals to Read | Ohio Benefits Firm

It’s an interesting time for the workforce as big changes are in store for everyone across the spectrum of the professional landscape. Every industry has been impacted COVID-19 and the continuous evolution of the situation, the economy and the workplace means that data and our understanding of all these things is shifting with it. More … 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

The Cruel Catch-22 Of Long-Term Unemployment

Besides the altruistic reasons to hire the long-term unemployed — being a good corporate citizen and helping the economy — it also makes good financial sense from an employer perspective. See why hiring the long-term unemployed is a good decision for your company.

Millennials want healthier workplaces–10 things companies can do to develop a workplace wellness program

Companies seeking to engage them often focus on their tech savvy, their teamwork bias, and their desire for work/life balance. However, a new Aon Hewitt study reveals another way to create a Millennial-friendly culture—help them manage their health.

Creating the Adaptable Workforce

Cross-Training, Job Rotation, and Skills Development Prepare Employees for Business Change

3 Simple Ways to Make People Happy at Work

So what can you realistically pull off to make people happy at work?

Benefit Aspects of Employee Leaves of Absence

Employee leaves of absence raise a number of difficult questions under federal employment laws.

Job Gains by Demographic

Economists continue to argue about the overall significance of jobs-report figures released by the U.S. Department of Labor

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