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BrightPlan | January 20, 2022
BrightPlan, a leader in Total Financial Wellness, today unveiled its strategy and first phase of new solutions for addressing four top challenges business and HR leaders continue to face in 2022: attracting and retaining talent, driving employee experience and engagement, supporting employees' holistic well-being and fostering a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I). BrightPlan's integrated strategy encompasses new and enhanced product capabilities including the Total Rew...
Bright Talent | June 08, 2022
Bright Talent, Inc., a strategic HR consultancy helping business leaders solve their most vexing people challenges, today announced the webinar titled, "Work from Anywhere? Not so fast!" This the second podcast-style, micro-webinar in its rapid change management series. The webinar will be held on June 17, 8:30 to 9:00am PDT discussing the opportunities for professionals to work from anywhere in the world, and the implications this presents for employers. Global Mobility expert, Gabby ...
CED | February 06, 2020
An aging population, declining birth rates, and a slowdown in immigration are threatening the nation's continued economic growth, according to a new report, The Aging Workforce: Tackling the Challenge, from the Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board (CED). It marks the second in a series of 2020 Solutions Briefs that address the central challenges to sustaining capitalism. The Aging Workforce sounds the alarm bells for America's business and policy leaders, who can no...
HR Dive | March 31, 2020
U.S. employers could see their healthcare costs increase between 4% and 7% in 2020 due to COVID-19 treatment and testing costs, according to the results of a Willis Towers Watson actuarial analysis of self-funded employers released March 26. The results assume a 30% infection level of COVID-19, but Willis Towers Watson noted that the actual cost increase depends on how sick those infected with the disease become. Costs may increase further should the pandemic's U.S. impact be more severe: a ...
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