After the COVID-19 pandemic, working parents are taking stock of what matters most to them and making career choices with better benefits, including employer-sponsored child care programs.
As workers hold out for better jobs that offer more professional growth, they are reassessing the role of work and the workplace in their lives in search of a different sort of relationship with their employers and careers.
In an ever-changing global economy, professionals across all industries must constantly upskill to succeed. Education as a benefit meets this need while also driving talent retention.
Today’s workforce wants authenticity and the ability to bring their full self into the workplace. This is driving the opportunity for vulnerability. What does that mean to each employee though?
After the pandemic jolted the world of work and threw employees everywhere into a new reality of near-constant uncertainty, employees have a new appreciation for the value of their benefits. More importantly, employees have new expectations for them.
Hub International Limited, a leading full-service global insurance broker and financial services firm, announced today the launch of HUB Workforce Persona Analysis, a new employee benefits consulting solution.
LeggUP®, a professional coaching and wellbeing platform for enterprises, is reinvigorating employee benefits with their recent product launch, Talent Insurance™.
Cleo, a family benefits platform supporting working families in the planning stage through the teenage years, announced a $40 million Series C investment led by Transformation Capital.
BenefitEd—a joint venture between Ameritas and Nelnet—is offering Tuition Reimbursement program administration to companies of all sizes.