Each month an enormous amount of new content is published. In this monthly post we will select the human resources articles we found to be most insightful. Please share your thoughts or other articles you found interesting in the comments!
In the fall of 2014, Aon Hewitt surveyed large plan sponsors representing nearly 6 million employees to understand current and future retirement perspectivesce. Their focus areas congregated around three themes: a focus on financial wellness, additional tools features and funds being added to plans, and elimination of risk from plans.
How HR Leaders Can Get the Most Out of Their Engagement Efforts
Chris Powell, BlackbookHR
If maintaining or improving levels of employee engagement is on your to do list for 2015, you are like most human resources leaders. In this post Chris outlines 3 steps you can take to ensure that your efforts are fruitful.
According to a recent A.M. Best’s Review & Preview article, health plans have accepted the challenges presented by the ACA. They noted six main strategies health plans are focused on for achieving future market success. If healthcare is a priority at your organization learning and implementing these strategies could save you time and money when planning your healthcare for 2015 and beyond.
Why Is Financial Wellness a Priority in 2015
Lacey Herchek, HelloWallet
Financial wellness has become a priority for many organizations as the recent Aon study above shows. But why is it become such a high priority now? Lacey cites 3 fundamental changes and conditions affecting your employees and the market that are cause for concern and action.
Facebook at Work: A Tool to Improve Employee Engagement?
Chris Ward, HRZone
As Facebook gets ready to release its newest announced product “Facebook at Work” Chris explores how this new product could change the way our employees work and communicate. Additionally he asks what impact bringing Facebook into the workplace could have on employee engagement.