A Series on Benefit Preferences – Preparing for the Rise of Millennials

Who Are the Millennials? Loosely defined as individuals from age 23 to 38 as of 2019, Millennials are fundamentally different than older generations in terms of big life decisions made in young adulthood. Despite being of age and maturity to own homes and start families, many still choose to live at home with their [...]

A Series on Benefit Preferences – Preparing for the Rise of Millennials2019-08-28T14:34:47+00:00

A Series on Benefit Preferences – Retirement of the Boomer Generation

Who is the Boomer generation? The oldest and wisest generation in our workforce, Baby Boomers are classified as adults born between 1946 and 1964.[1] Many Boomers are now surpassing the threshold into retirement age. Even so, a significant portion of the Boomer generation has elected to remain in the workforce much longer than generations [...]

A Series on Benefit Preferences – Retirement of the Boomer Generation2019-08-21T19:07:50+00:00

A Series on Benefit Preferences – Introducing Generation Z

Who is Gen Z? Proceeding the Millennial generation, Gen Z is roughly comprised of those born after 1996 and before 2013 and is the youngest group entering the workforce. This tech-savvy generation has been raised with the presence of the iPhone and Wi-Fi, social media and on-demand entertainment, making them accustomed to a fast-paced [...]

A Series on Benefit Preferences – Introducing Generation Z2019-08-16T17:47:48+00:00

Diversity in Benefits – How to Tempt a New Generation of Talent

As millennials are poised to usurp boomers as the workforce’s largest generation, benefits and perks provided by hiring organizations are becoming what can make or break offer acceptance. In this article, we’ll delve into what employees are looking for nowadays, as monetary compensation takes more of a backseat to benefits and work-life balance. What [...]

Diversity in Benefits – How to Tempt a New Generation of Talent2019-08-07T16:10:08+00:00

Attracting and Retaining C-Suite Executives in an Evolving Job Market

As Baby Boomers near retirement, businesses are grappling with the unavoidable challenge of replacing their top management and executives. Hiring for executive-level positions is time-consuming and expensive, especially when making an out-of-organization hire. Making a poor hiring decision when it comes to management can also be detrimental to an organization’s functionality, not to mention [...]

Attracting and Retaining C-Suite Executives in an Evolving Job Market2019-09-04T15:15:28+00:00

Out of Balance – Rising Medical Out-of-Pocket and Premium Expenses Outpacing Wage Increases

In a thriving economy, many businesses are better able to afford pay raises for employees. In turn, rising wages should allow our population to spend more, creating a ripple effect and further boosting the economy. Growing Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenses For some, however, these new earnings will go directly toward health care expenses. Why? Because even [...]

Out of Balance – Rising Medical Out-of-Pocket and Premium Expenses Outpacing Wage Increases2019-08-23T15:10:48+00:00

Whistle While You Work – The Relationship Between Employee Happiness and Productivity

Even in today’s booming economy and thriving job market, many employees still experience stressors that can impact productivity at work. And while this stress may not originate from the workplace itself, stress experienced within an employee’s personal life can directly impact their performance, focus, and sense of self-worth at work. According to a recent [...]

Whistle While You Work – The Relationship Between Employee Happiness and Productivity2019-08-23T15:00:51+00:00

The Blurring of Boundaries Between Work and Life

Technology improvements have completely altered the way that our workforce operates, blending work and life, by making our work accessible from anywhere, any time. With this change sometimes comes increased expectations from employers, who hope to see their employees responsible for work matters 24/7. Risk of Burnout Rising expectations are often partnered with mounting [...]

The Blurring of Boundaries Between Work and Life2019-08-21T20:25:47+00:00