5 ways to support and manage employees with chronic conditions

The lines between employee health and safety quickly became blurred when the COVID-19 pandemic took the world by storm. Employers had to increase their efforts to care for the health of their workforce by offering hand sanitizer, implementing social distancing measures, and allowing employees to work from home. As offices are starting to reopen, employers …

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Microaggressions in the workplace: Why inclusive language is important

If you’re looking for an indicator of workplace toxicity, start by observing the language used at work. Phrases like “where are you really from?” and racist language can make work uncomfortable for employees from marginalized communities. Since race and ethnicity are topics people are often afraid to even discuss, it’s common for microaggressions to go …

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How to adapt employee benefits to cater to self-defined expats

The COVID-19 pandemic has normalized “work from home”, which is quickly turning into “work from anywhere” and creating a new breed of expats – the self-defined expats. Whether it’s taking advantage of the lower cost of living or getting the freedom to travel and explore, there are clearly numerous benefits of working abroad and it’s …

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The complete guide to flexible benefits

Student loan benefits for baby boomers? Retirement planning for gen Z’ers? Parental leave for the millennial that’s decided never to have kids? These are the dilemmas that many employers are now facing. Given the rise of a multi-generational workforce and increasing diversity in the workplace, it seems almost impossible to please everybody with standard, one-size-fits-all …

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