Dan Macklin, co-founder and VP of business development at SoFi, outlines how the issue of student loan debt affects employers and why helping employees refinance these loans can pay dividends by way of increased loyalty and retention.
Sean Duffy, CEO of Omada Health, explains how online behavior change programs, also known as digital therapeutics, can help employers prevent obesity-related chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes.
Dr. Leena Johns, senior global health care consultant with MetLife Global Employee Benefits, addresses why workplace culture is equally important in combating the effects of stress as reactive wellness programs.
Simeon Schindelman, CEO and chairman of private exchange provider Bloom Health, outlines why accountable care organizations are appealing and cautions employers to be very clear with employees about the tradeoffs.
September 10 marks World Suicide Prevention Day. Lucy Henry, vice president of stakeholder relations at First Sun EAP, discusses how benefit managers can help employees through the grieving process when they are faced with the death of a co-worker.
Nancy Grunnet, regional vice president for First Sun EAP, discusses challenges benefit managers face when it comes to educating employees about family-friendly benefits and offers three suggestions for encouraging their use.
Ann Mond Johnson, chairman of the board of managers at ConnectedHealth, a private health care exchange, discusses two components of health care consumerism -- choice and transparency -- and how benefit managers can foster better health care consumerism among employees.
Will Staney, Glassdoors head talent warrior, talks to Senior Editor Michael Giardina about how HR and hiring managers can benefit from using resources such as Glassdoor, a transparent career community, and other online tools to revolutionize their hiring practices.
The National Business Group on Health's new CEO, Brian Marcotte, discusses two issues employers are focused on right now besides ACA compliance, and warns that accountable care organizations run the risk of being stereotyped the same way managed care organizations were 20 years ago.