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Fostering Greater Flexibility Should Be Standard Protocol

Firms need to be open to giving their employees more freedom to work remotely as workplaces should not require workers to be tethered to a single location. So reports Forbes.


Is Child Care at Work a Perk That's Right for Your Firm?

Working parents have traditionally figured out child care services on their own, but some employers have opened on-site centers to ease that burden.


What Will 2018 Hold for Pay and Bonuses?

Job demand is up and the economy is stronger. That’s the good news for this year. Unfortunately, workers are not likely to see a bigger bump in their pay checks and bonuses than last year.


Employee Wellness More Than Hitting the Gym

A Southern California company is promoting an employee wellness program that goes beyond physical fitness. So reports Modern Healthcare.


Job Candidates Overly Focused On Benefits Are Potential Trouble

Hiring managers should expect job prospects to show an interest in employee benefits, but displaying too much interest may signal future problems. So reports Entrepreneur.


Telehealth Gains Momentum Amid Rising Healthcare Cost

The number of companies offering employees an online healthcare service is expected to explode next year as costs continue to rise.


New York Life Offers Student Loan Payment Benefit

New York Life has bolstered its benefits package with one that helps workers pay off their student loans. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Paid Sick Leave Gaining Momentum

Paid sick leave policies have gained momentum of late with more than 200 such proposed laws having been introduced in states during the first half of this year, USA Today reports. 


City of Memphis Cuts Employees a Break On Student Loans

Memphis is offering job prospects burdened by student loans help to pay down their debt if they come to work for city. So reports Consumer Affairs.


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