HR Digest

In this issue

  • Infographic: Worries about financial situation grow among U.S. employees
  • Defined contribution plans: 10 new definitions for 2018
  • How companies can prepare for changing family leave requirements

Infographic: Worries about financial situation grow among U.S. employees

Employees are more concerned with their finances than they were two years ago, according to the Willis Towers Watson Global Benefits Attitudes Survey (GBAS). So employers are playing a more active role in helping employees’ mitigate the effects financial stress has on their health.
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Infographic: Worries about financial situation grow among U.S. employees

Defined contribution plans: 10 new definitions for 2018

We outline 10 commonly used terms in the defined contribution lexicon and provide a traditional definition, along with our modern, more robust interpretation, to help sponsors, consultants and managers address pension challenges in the year ahead.
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Defined contribution plans: 10 new definitions for 2018

How companies can prepare for changing family leave requirements

States continue to drive family leave policies, creating a patchwork system that challenges employers to treat their multi-located workforces consistently. New York State will implement its policy next month, joining three other states that already offer paid leave to employees. Could this legislation spur a move toward a national policy? How should companies without paid family leave policies prepare?
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