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Today finding quality employees is harder than ever. You and your competitors are all looking for the perfect match, but with so much competition out there, it can be hard to be sure that your business is getting the cream of the crop.
SOCA has partnered with Anthem to help improve the health and wellness of our associates. This month, Anthem has published a list of five tips to help you get a better night's sleep.
Browse the article below for tips on getting a better night's sleep.
A well-run company looks after its employees. That’s why any long-established business has a health benefits strategy program.
But what is a health benefits strategy program and what does it seek to accomplish?
There is power in our words.
The things we say to ourselves and one another bear a surprisingly strong impact on how we see our environment.
Depression is one of the most common diseases that office workers face.
While it doesn't always manifest itself in a typical form, depression takes its toll on all those it affects.
If you own a small business, then you know the importance of employee health insurance.
Anything you can do to reduce the cost your business pays for insurance while increasing the benefits provided to your employees goes a long way towards improving your overall bottom line.
Over the past year, employers have begun to take both the mental and physical health of their employees more seriously.
According to the 2021 Future Benefits Study, 80% of employers say their company culture has been more accepting of mental health challenges in the last year, but only 59% of employers agree.
There is a disconnect between what employers are providing and what employees need.
For employers that want to better prioritize their employees’ health, this article will go over some strategies and tips to make the workplace healthier for both employers and employees.
The quick answer is the typical rule of thumb is to have one HR professional for every 100 employees. However, depending on the scope of the role and how proactive your organization is, this number may be more like 1.5 HR professionals per every 100 employees (Bloomberg Report).
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