We are rapidly approaching a tipping point in the American workforce. Baby Boomers are retiring en masse, giving Gen Xers and Millennials an unprecedented opportunity for career advancement. At the same time, the oldest members of Gen Z are graduating college and filling entry-level positions. The future of many companies is dependent upon hiring and […]
In today’s war for talent, the power unequivocally lies in the hands of the candidates. As a result, expectations for workplace benefits are rapidly shifting. Employers recognize that attractive benefit plans are critically essential to engage and retain a competent workforce, but rising costs (usually in the group health sphere) can be cost-prohibitive, hindering an organization’s ability to rework their offerings substantially.