Author Stanley Gordon West said, "Smile and the world smiles with you." He may have been onto something. There used to be a time when most working Americans took dental care for granted. Of course, times change and so has our nation’s health care. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) doesn’t mandate dental coverage for adults, but voluntary dental coverage has become increasingly competitive based on research from Eastbridge.
The adage, "If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it," doesn’t apply to Generation X and Y — at least not when it comes to employers and their use of the latest technology. As employers build relationships with their current employees and potential recruits, they need to be aware that these people are sizing them up for their use, or lack thereof, of the most recent technology. Furthermore, these same employees are not afraid to quickly leave for someone else if they feel an employer is out of touch regardless of their previous track record.
A young employee just starting out in the workforce may be tempted to think that he or she will stay at the same company for decades until retirement with a congratulatory party and gold watch in recognition of their years of dedication. The reality, however, is that "job hopping" has become the new normal.
Sponsored by The Principal, in this webinar we’ll discuss how simple plan design changes can help your participants better prepare for retirement — and positively impact your organization’s bottom line.
In recent years, employers have paid millions of dollars in back pay to workers who have been classified incorrectly or paid for fewer hours than they should have been. Both federal and state laws apply to employers, and some of the requirements are complicated. This 90-minute intermediate level webinar is designed to help you stay on top of your obligations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
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