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Voluntary Benefit Trends Reporting for 2017

“Although predicting the future is only an educated guess, one thing is certain,” reads an article about upcoming trends from BenefitsPro.com. “Voluntary benefits are here to stay … As a result, the quantity and quality of voluntary benefits will continue to grow.” Here are highlights of other trend predictions. Human resource professionals struggle to increase Read the full article…

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How to Retain Quality Employees

You’ve found the perfect employee. She’s talented, smart and skilled in exactly the areas where your business had been lacking. She’s also a real people person, friendly and genuine. You pay competitive wages and she accepts the job. Life is great! What more could you want? One year later, though, she gets lured away by Read the full article…

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How to Recruit Quality Employees

Maybe you’re getting ready to expand your company so you need more quality employees, or perhaps you’re tired of the turnover when hiring choices don’t end up working out. In either case, the goal is to recruit smart, talented employees who fill a niche in your business and fit your company culture. Here are tips Read the full article…

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Build a Better Workforce with a Legal Benefits Plan: Infographic

The positive effects of providing a wide range of benefits to employees range from reducing turnover to increasing productivity. Great benefits also help companies attract candidates. In fact, when respondents to LinkedIn’s 2016 Talent Trends survey were asked what information they most wanted to know about a company, nearly 70 percent cited benefits. One benefit Read the full article…

Commercial Trucking Policy Change Makes Legal Insurance An Even Smarter Move

With the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) offering no reliable and consistent method to account for roadside inspection citations that culminate in not-guilty verdicts or dismissals, drivers and carriers have been left to deal with the consequences of inaccurate records. A significant new policy change, however, means that positive courtroom dispositions will soon become Read the full article…

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