HR Digest

In this issue

  • Employer confidence in offering health benefits reaches pre-ACA levels
  • The do’s and don’ts of CEO pay ratio communications
  • What is the current state of your Total Rewards portfolio?

Employer confidence in offering health benefits reaches pre-ACA levels

Employers expect health care costs to increase by 5.5% in 2018, up from a 4.6% increase in 2017, according to our 22nd annual Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey. Yet employer confidence in offering employee health care benefits has reached its highest level since the 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Amid continued cost pressures, including employee affordability, employers plan to step up cost management strategies.
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Employer confidence in offering health benefits reaches pre-ACA levels

The do’s and don’ts of CEO pay ratio communications

With 2018 proxy season around the corner, now is the time to have a well-crafted, clear and concise communications strategy that articulates your company’s position on pay to internal and external stakeholders.
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What is the current state of your Total Rewards portfolio?

The future of work is one of the most compelling and critical topics for HR leaders today. Our brief survey will explore a variety of topics, including digitization and automation, changes in workforce composition and work processes, and what these changes will mean for leaders, managers and the HR function. By completing the survey, you'll receive a detailed summary of answers and insights prepared exclusively for participants. The survey closes on Friday, Nov. 10.
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What is the current state of your Total Rewards portfolio?

Now open: Future of work survey

The future of work is one of the most compelling and critical topics for HR leaders today. Our brief survey will explore a variety of topics, including digitization and automation, changes in workforce composition and work processes, and what these changes will mean for leaders, managers and the HR function. By completing the survey, you'll receive a detailed summary of answers and insights prepared exclusively for participants. The survey closes on Friday, Nov. 10.
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Beyond software and services: The solutions HR needs today

Organizations can no longer solve their most pressing HR problems simply by implementing software, paying for consulting services or buying data. A smarter approach is to combine software, advice and data into a single, integrated solution.
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Beyond software and services: The solutions HR needs today