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Few, if any, employers would dispute the value of integrating disparate human resources (HR) technology systems within one centralized service. Whether improving how HR decisions are made, generating helpful workforce analytics or creating a seamless experience for employees and management, integrated systems further HR’s overall mission of serving the needs of both employers and employees.

Employers invest a considerable amount of time and money promoting their benefits and encouraging employees to use them. Unfortunately, only marginal consideration is given to how employees are accessing those benefits. Corporate health and wellness programs, for example, are often very comprehensive, but sadly, one of the least used employee benefits. These programs are typically composed of services such as wellness assessments, screenings, chronic condition management, telehealth, health coaching and more.

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