Our recent research shows that nearly half of working adults say they’ve helped a loved one navigate mental health challenges in the past year. Surveyed caregivers expressed that these responsibilities are taking a toll on their own mental health and impacting their performance at work.
Our new research shows 66% of employees believe that the COVID-19 pandemic helped to bring necessary changes to the workplace1 suggesting there is an opportunity for employers to strengthen their relationships with their workforce and align benefits to support what matters most to employees.
Increasing leave legislation has heightened the complexity employers face for tracking and coordinating leaves. This case study demonstrates why we partnered with FINEOS to deliver the industry’s first fully integrated benefits administration system built to meet today’s requirements, while providing a solid foundation for future innovation.
"Long Haul" COVID-19 represents a wide variety of health-related conditions that vary from person to person and may include physical, mental, and behavioral effects. This article discusses why it’s important to consider multiple factors when evaluating the effects of COVID-19 and related symptoms and when it’s ‘OK’ to return to activity, including work.
This list of things to remember after losing an employee can help you and your employees during a difficult time.
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1New York Life Group Benefit Solutions, "Addressing the Employer-Employee Divide in a Post-Pandemic Workplace," September 2022.
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