HR leaders can rely on a bevy of digital technologies to improve benefits communication. Whether they use apps, videos, portals, microsites or automated e-mails, benefits administrators can reach employees with key messages across multiple channels. But many employees seek more of a human touch in how they learn about and make decisions about their benefit choices.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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While the legal requirements to provide paid or unpaid leave become more complex, leave-management tools and services continue to...
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California’s myriad leave laws can make it difficult for employers to understand workers’ eligibility for time off—particularly when it...
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