Employee well-being greatly impacts employee productivity, turnover and ultimately the organization’s bottom line. Effective well-being programs integrate physical health, mental health, safety and financial wellness to help employees manage their day-to-day needs, obtain future goals and prepare for the unexpected.
Historically employers would have been able to accomplish this by providing health insurance, retirement benefits and life insurance. Today’s workforce needs more. Progressive employers are now considering employees’ emotional, physical, social and financial wellness along with their safety and career development when supporting the employees day-to-day, future and unexpected needs.
Our unique and integrated approach provides employers with operational efficiencies and puts the employee at the center of the well-being equation. We use data to guide decision making, have a clearly defined action plan that is implemented effectively and continuously reviewed throughout the program to identify areas of opportunity.
By focusing on the well-being of your employees, you can optimize your operations and become an employer of choice that attracts and retains talented contributors.
In December, many employers reward employees with cash bonuses, which can be great motivators when they are designed to reward employees who meet or exceed their performance goals. Year-end bonuses also contribute to the holiday atmosphere of generosity and gratitude. But did you know that year-end bonus payments can pose traps for the unwary employer?
For decades, rising healthcare costs have been a consistent topic of conversation, particularly for employers concerned with enhancing worker productivity, reducing medical costs and meeting occupational health and safety needs. One solution which has arisen with increasing frequency is the establishment of employer-sponsored clinics (or “onsite/near-site” clinics). With this solution, however, comes many considerations and challenges for employers.
This month's Threat Intelligence Report is about a large hotel chain that reports an “unauthorized access” to its customer database since 2014, exposing data of 500 million guests; a vulnerability in a postal service site that left 60 million customers exposed for more than a year; a third-party vendor breach that exposes data of millions of healthcare patients; a new report that profiles notorious MageCart cyber criminals; court documents that reveal first-ever indictment on ransomware charges; and a bundled pack that makes SamSam and other ransomware easier for hackers to obtain and deploy.
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