BenefitsPRO Magazine-December 2016

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  • HR Trends in 2016

    Scott Wooldridge

    Three Rs dominated the HR world in 2016: recruitment, retention, and regulation.

  • Where all the young people at?

    David Contorno

    As I write this, I am exactly three weeks away from my 40th birthday. Some readers may be jealous of my relatively young age, but to be completely honest, Im struggling with it.

  • Hospital indemnity: Do you know what's new?

    Gil Lowerre and Bonnie Brazzell

    Nearly 50 percent of carrier respondents in a 2016 Eastbridge survey indicated that hospital indemnity (HI) will be a growth product for their companies in the next one to two years, more than double the number from the same survey in 2014.

  • Year-end reflections

    Paul Wilson

    From the production of 1094s and 1095s and the continued movement by employers to streamline their business processes to the introduction of tools and resources to support employees, technology is an increasingly important topic in the industry.

  • HR: First Impressions

    Diane Nicholas

    I tell executive job candidates all the time the interview process is as much about them learning about an organization as it is about the organization learning about them.

  • Business and Bob Dylan

    Marty Traynor

    To commemorate the ceremony awarding the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature to Bob Dylan, let's celebrate with a tribute to the business insights we can garner from his work.

  • The gender pay gap

    Nick Thornton

    In July, the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics released the most recent data highlighting the gap in pay between women and men.

  • The future of health care reform

    J. D. Piro

    With the results of the 2016 election now in the record books, Congress and the president are set to engage, for the second time in less than a decade, in a debate over the future of the health care system of the United States.

  • Grim fairy tales

    Paul Wilson

    In 2012, the Denver Broncos signed an injured, aging quarterback whose future was very much in doubt.

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