Chances are at least some of your employees – possibly many – are struggling financially. Seven out of ten Americans say that finances are their most common source of stress. Half say they find their current financial situation stressful, and fewer than 40 percent of households have three months of savings put away. Those numbers […]

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With spring breaks behind us and summer soon upon us, is it time for your company to consider offering unlimited vacation as an employee benefit? Unlimited vacation policies are almost as simple as they sound: employees can take as much vacation as they’d like. Typically, companies pay employees for all of the time they take […]

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Last month, Chicago White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche made national headlines when he told the White Sox that he was leaving his $13 million baseball career so he could spend more quality time with his son. Moments after he announced his decision to leave on Twitter accompanied by the hashtag #FamilyFirst, an important and […]

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Recently Built in LA writer Patrick Hechinger interviewed Tuition.io’s CEO Brendon McQueen regarind the impact student loan debt is having on millennials: The best perks are the kind that can be universally enjoyed. And as the number of young people suffering from student debt grows, it makes sense companies would find a way to help alleviate that stress,” he wrote. […]

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HR Trends to Watch in 2016

February 2, 2016

The watchword for 2016 should come as no surprise: Technology. While HR pros were sidetracked over the last few years by Affordable Care Act and Compliance issues, HR software vendors were busy developing applications serving not just the HR office, but the worker and applicant as well. Meanwhile, legacy HR programs have become – to […]

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