The 5th Circuit has been silent regarding a decision on the DOL fiduciary rule. A legal-services benefit provides employees a suite of services to help them navigate the complexities of life’s legal matters. (Photo: AP)

Thanks to the corporate tax rate decrease from 35 percent to 21 percent, many employers are looking at how they can re-invest the savings back in their company and employees. Some companies gave their employees one-time bonuses, while others have announced efforts to increase minimum-wage.

Another option gaining in popularity with employers is using the money to enhance their benefits package. Providing more benefits that will improve employee engagement and productivity is an investment that can come back to the company tenfold.

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