YER

YER is an international recruitment agency specialised in permanent and temporary positions for professionals with a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree. We have eight branch offices in the Netherlands as well as locations in the United States and Spain. Having been active in recruitment and placement since 1987, today YER is a leading international player in the market for both temporary and permanent jobs. Our first priority is always the wishes and ambitions of our candidates and clients, and ensuring the perfect match between them. Our consultants are experienced and specialised in one or more job areas and sectors. This combined with their personal dedication, makes them excellent career coaches, guiding candidates in taking the next step in every career stage, from ambitious starter to experienced director. For our clients, our consultants act as professional sparring partners and advisors on all aspects of recruitment.

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MOST WORKERS SAVE ONLY ENOUGH IN DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS TO EQUAL THE EMPLOYER MATCH, SAYS RESEARCH

HR.BLR | April 14, 2016

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New research from the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute reveals that workers from for-profit and not-for-profit organizations will save only enough in their defined contribution (DC) plans to receive the full company match. The study demonstrates the powerful incentive a company match can have on employee behavior,” said Michael Ericson, LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute analyst, in a press release. “Institute research shows nearly half of American workers believe they are not saving...

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HR.BLR.com | April 13, 2016

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Employees are in the best position to say which companies and organizations are offering the strongest opportunities—so we asked them,” explains Forbes writer Kathryn Dill. “And stating that they would recommend their employer to friends and family is the highest compliment workers can give their employer.” Employees were asked to rate their employers on a scale from zero to 10, where zero indicates the employee "wouldn’t recommend my employer under any circums...

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hr.lbr | May 12, 2016

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The landscape of employer leave management continues to undergo change and is increasingly complex. However, results of the fifth annual DMEC Employer Leave Management Survey show that employers of all sizes are mastering compliance and other challenges posed by new leave laws and reinterpretations of regulations....

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| April 18, 2016

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"“Leave is a social, legal, political, and strategic business issue,” said Terri L. Rhodes, chief executive officer of the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC), in a press release. “Employers increasingly view leave this way and are hiring staff and investing in technology, and partner relationships to effectively manage it and all forms of absence.”...

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MOST WORKERS SAVE ONLY ENOUGH IN DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS TO EQUAL THE EMPLOYER MATCH, SAYS RESEARCH

HR.BLR | April 14, 2016

New research from the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute reveals that workers from for-profit and not-for-profit organizations will save only enough in their defined contribution (DC) plans to receive the full company match. The study demonstrates the powerful incentive a company match can have on employee behavior,” said Michael Ericson, LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute analyst, in a press release. “Institute research shows nearly half of American workers believe they are not saving...

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HOW TO GET ON ‘AMERICA’S BEST EMPLOYERS’ LIST

HR.BLR.com | April 13, 2016

Employees are in the best position to say which companies and organizations are offering the strongest opportunities—so we asked them,” explains Forbes writer Kathryn Dill. “And stating that they would recommend their employer to friends and family is the highest compliment workers can give their employer.” Employees were asked to rate their employers on a scale from zero to 10, where zero indicates the employee "wouldn’t recommend my employer under any circums...

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SURVEY REVEALS EMPLOYER TRENDS REGARDING LEAVE MANAGEMENT, PROCESSES

hr.lbr | May 12, 2016

The landscape of employer leave management continues to undergo change and is increasingly complex. However, results of the fifth annual DMEC Employer Leave Management Survey show that employers of all sizes are mastering compliance and other challenges posed by new leave laws and reinterpretations of regulations....

Read More
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INTERMITTENT LEAVE: A MAJOR CHALLENGE FOR EMPLOYERS, BUT OUTSOURCING COULD BE THE SOLUTION

| April 18, 2016

"“Leave is a social, legal, political, and strategic business issue,” said Terri L. Rhodes, chief executive officer of the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC), in a press release. “Employers increasingly view leave this way and are hiring staff and investing in technology, and partner relationships to effectively manage it and all forms of absence.”...

Read More