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Now Hiring: Ten Creative Ways to Help Fill Open Positions

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 9.2 million open positions remained on the last day of May 2021. Now, with nearly the entire country open and fewer restrictions, many companies can’t hire enough people to meet their needs. Manufacturing, restaurant, hospitality, retail, transportation – you name it, employers are struggling to fill open […]

Measuring the Value of Total Rewards: Benefits NPS Benchmark Findings

Employers know that benefits investments are large, complicated, and costly. In fact, 30% of total rewards comes from benefits, rather than wages/salary (whether employees realize that, however, is a different story). Companies spend, on average, more than $11 per hour—per employee—on benefits. The truth is, using benefits as a tool for recruitment and retention is […]

Benefits NPS: Making Sure You’re Offering the Right Resources

In times of crisis—and all other times, too—employers need to be able to communicate the most helpful resources to employees in the right moments. Especially now with the COVID-19 pandemic on the mind, ensuring easy access to useful information about health benefits is crucial. But in order to communicate the right benefits, you need to have the […]

3 Pillars of a Total Rewards Package that Resonates

The low-unemployment forecast is one of the biggest reminders that compensation alone is not enough to compete for talent. While it will always be an important factor in attracting employees, financial compensation remains just one piece of the nebulous puzzle that everyone calls total rewards. Picking the right benefits to offer is crucial. They make […]

For Best Practices in Benefits, Follow this Framework

According to a recent Harvard Business Review (HBR) study, only 28% of corporate leaders say employees take full advantage of their healthcare coverage. For many companies, that’s their single most expensive benefit. In fact, it costs large U.S. employers nearly $15,000 per employee with family members. Meanwhile, many employees aren’t even confident they know the […]

3 Steps for Using Benefits to Create the Workforce You Want

HR leaders know it can be all too easy to take a simplistic view of benefits, only offering basic choices that allow them to “check that box.” But the reality is benefits can be so much more than that—they can be used as a strategic tool to reach those business goals you’re after. Our Forrester-conducted […]

Stay Ahead of the Curve: Top Healthcare Trends Every Benefits Leader Needs to Know

As you dive into 2020 strategy, there are a few industry trends worth discussing. Their ability to impact your current benefits offerings—as well as those you plan to offer in 2021 and beyond—is important to recognize. Not to mention, it sheds light on how things have evolved since the 2019 trend forecast! Here are the […]

How Benefits Cost Impacts Benefits Love

It’s no secret that at Evive, we live for benefits love. But rest assured, we know a successful benefits program needs more than just love. For your benefits to be truly valuable, they also have to be cost-effective. Those are the benefits that will not only improve the lives of your employees, but will contribute […]

Employee Satisfaction: Boost it with Benefits Based on Value

More than 80% of U.S. workers say their job satisfaction is tied to benefits satisfaction. Some might say that makes an HR director’s job easy—but they’d be wrong.   The reality is employee satisfaction is very much a moving target. In a still-tight job market, HR and benefits teams need to manage an increasingly complex set […]

Make a Case for Your Well-Being Program with These Tips

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We’re in a new era of employee well-being programs. They’re smarter, more holistic, and measured for value in more ways than one. That’s why adding a well-being program is not only more nuanced than before, it’s practically a necessity to stay competitive for talent and to engage people on a deeper level. But it’s not […]