By Andrew R. McIlvaine
Although Starbucks is getting a lot of attention for the new tuition-assistance program it offers employees, at least one other company offers even-more-generous educational benefits.
By Bob Christenson
Don't look now, but same-sex benefits just went from "cutting edge" to "needed yesterday." As a result, employers across the country must make immediate -- and in some cases, retroactive -- changes on a number of fronts, including tax withholding and eligibility for employee benefits.
There's More to Wellness Program ROI than Medical-Cost Savings
By Ronald J. Ozminkowski
The value conversation about wellness programs needs to encompass factors beyond medical savings, driving the health-management industry to find new ways to show employers the return on investment.
What's Missing from Health and Wellness Programs?
By Heather Zeitz
Employees may be participating, but are they really engaged? Are they just going along to get the incentive? Many programs offer information and guidance, but not the kind of help employees really need to make lasting, healthy changes.
More Than Money?
By Kecia Bal
New reports highlight the need for HR leaders to shift their thinking on how to gauge return on investment for wellness programs.