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Are Your Employees Satisfied With Your Wellness Program? Ask Them

When was the last time your company reevaluated its wellness program? If it's been more than a year, it may be time to find…

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Is an EPO Insurance Plan Right for Your Employees?

When deciding what types of health plans to offer your employees, you have a lot of choices. Employees may already be…

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Why Health Care Costs More for Women — and How Employers Can Help

Women's health care doesn't just differ, in general, from men's — it's often more expensive. According to one study, women…

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Wellness in the Urban Workplace: Strategies for Keeping Your Workforce Healthy

Your employees' health — and the way they use their insurance — is in many ways shaped by the region they live in.…

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How Your Employees Can Benefit From Price Transparency Tools

When most people think about how much they'll pay in medical bills during a given year, the answer they come up with is…

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You need a range of benefits to attract and retain talent across generations, who have different needs and expectations.

The Most Important Benefits to Employees, by Generation

The average modern American workplace sees multiple generations working side by side. According to Deft Research's 2018…

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Some well-known companies including Google, Uber and the Huffington Post have started allowing napping at work.

Sleeping on the Job: Why Letting Employees Nap at Work Boosts Health and Productivity

Who has time to get a full night's sleep? Not the average American worker. A recent study broke down sleep shortages among…

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Adult Vaccines

Are Your Employees Getting the Vaccines They Need?

Vaccinations aren't just for kids — there's also a recommended adult vaccines schedule. Encouraging your employees to get…

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Difficulty understanding medication doses and interactions is one risk of low health literacy.

Improving Health Literacy to Boost Employee Wellness

When most of us buy a new smartphone or laptop, we don't sit down and read the manual. We figure it out as we go. But that's…

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Women's Health Care

Why You Should Promote Women’s Health Care

The differences between men's and women's health care needs can lead to some uncertainty when choosing health insurance…

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What Is Otolaryngology?

Controlling Costs: Otolaryngology (the Ear, Nose and Throat Specialty)

Otolaryngology is the oldest medical specialty in the United States, according to the American Academy of…

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Early Stages of Dementia

How to Recognize Early Stages of Dementia in the Workplace

As the overall U.S. population ages and people remain in the workforce longer, employers are likely to see more age-related…

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