A Lifestyle Spending Account (LSA) offers employers an opportunity to help fund health and wellness costs that a traditional group health plan won’t cover. LSAs are often used as perks to attract and retain quality employees and could be a desirable piece of the employee benefits puzzle.
According to WebMD, the eyes are the most highly developed sensory organs in your body. Did you know that more of your brain is dedicated to the sense of sight than to all of the other senses combined? So, it makes sense that you would do all that you can to protect and care for these important organs. Vision insurance can be a great asset as you work keep your eyes healthy.
Employee benefits and open enrollment may be something you only think about a few times a year, and for your employees, it might be even less often. However, with a thoughtful, year-round communications plan, your business can increase employee engagement and smart benefits utilization.
Health care is expensive but there is good news: Most insurance plans come with free preventive care and benefits. There is a lot of confusion around what is and isn’t preventive care – and why it matters. Here is what you need to know.
Getting sick can be expensive. Even minor illnesses and injuries can be very costly to diagnose and treat. Health care coverage helps you get the care you need and protects you and your family financially if you get sick or injured.
We’re breaking down the health insurance basics. Because, when you understand it, you’re more likely to get preventive care, make better health decisions and even reduce your costs.
The pandemic gave us more reasons, and more options, to see doctors online. More and more, people are seeking out telemedicine services versus the traditional brick and mortar physician’s office. This trend includes telemental health services as well. And much like the necessity of remote work proved its potential to employers, telemedicine took hold as a convenient, safe and effective approach to healthcare.
It’s often thought that having money leads to happiness. While that’s not necessarily true, being financially secure does create a sense of well-being which impacts your mental and physical health. To address our whole health in 2023, we need to understand the relationship between financial and physical wellness.
A hot labor market that has seen scores of employees leave their jobs for new and better opportunities has HR and benefits leaders planning to up the ante when it comes to benefits that sway workers to stay. But at the same time, employers also are aware of soaring costs and inflation concerns and are looking to make sure any benefits investments are worthwhile.
The holidays are often the busiest time of the year for a lot of people which can make it hard to stay mentally and physically healthy. With a little intentionality and understanding, you can fully enjoy the holidays while keeping your health in mind.
“What gets recognized gets reinforced, and what gets reinforced gets repeated.”
In today’s ultra-competitive work environment, the companies with the winning edge are the ones that have the best-trained and well-skilled staff. However, even the best employees cannot perform well (or may even jump ship) when they are not motivated enough. Praise and recognition provide the kind of positive experience that can increase employees’ morale, motivation and engagement, and renew their commitment to their organization. This is why employee praise and recognition in the workplace has to be an innate part of any company’s culture.