HR Digest

In this issue

  • How high-performing employers improve workforce health and temper cost increases
  • Infographic: Health and well-being: Current initiatives fall short of expectations
  • Infographic: Five myths about the future of work – busted

How high-performing employers improve workforce health and temper cost increases

Our 2017 Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey covers what employers with the highest performing employee health plans are planning to do over the next few years to reduce costs, improve efficiency – and boost workforce health.
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How high-performing employers improve workforce health and temper cost increases

Infographic: Health and well-being: Current initiatives fall short of expectations

According to findings from our 2017/2018 Global Benefits Attitudes and Best Practices in Health Care surveys, less than one-third of employees believe their company’s wellness programs encourage healthy living. So, where’s the disconnect, and what should employers do differently?
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Infographic: Health and well-being: Current initiatives fall short of expectations

Infographic: Five myths about the future of work – busted

Based on results from our 2017 Global Future of Work Survey, we review five key misconceptions about workplace automation and explain why moving beyond these myths will help your organization better understand the many emerging options for getting work done, the roles your talent will play in this process and how to engage colleagues along the way.
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Infographic: Five myths about the future of work – busted

Infographic: A growing number of employers are offering fertility benefits to support and retain top talent

Employers are increasingly looking at a full suite of fertility and pregnancy-related benefits and services to meet today’s changing workforce needs. Our 2017 Maternity, Family and Fertility Survey sheds light on what employers are doing to support family planning now and in the future.
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Infographic: A growing number of employers are offering fertility benefits to support and retain top talent