HR

Generations, HR

As Cybercriminals Act More Like Businesses, Insurers Must Think More Like Criminals | CA Employee Benefits Advisors


Cybersecurity is no longer an emerging risk but a clear and present one for organizations of all sizes, panelists on a panel at Triple-I’s Joint Industry Forum (JIF) said. This is due in large part to the fact that cybercriminals are increasingly thinking and behaving like businesspeople. “We’ve seen a large increase in ransomware attacks for the

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Custom content, HR, Work Life Balance

What Employees Want: Hybrid Work and Flexibility | CA Benefits Advisors


2021 was quittin’ time in America.  Last year alone over 47.4 million Americans quit their jobs. This year, employees seemingly have the upper hand against employers.  The Turnover Tsunami, a.k.a. The Great Resignation, has forced a reckoning with the workplace and few employers have come away unscathed.  Organizations are now shifting priorities to make employee

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Generations, HR

Millennials Want Better Pay and Benefits, Not Perks | California Benefits Team


As a Millennial business consultant who helps companies create people-first company cultures, one of the most frequent questions I’m seeing pop up among employers during the pandemic’s labor shortages is: “What perks can my company offer to attract and retain top Millennial talent?” Then, they’re inevitably disappointed when I tell them that perks like nap pods,

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HR, Human Resources

Pros and Cons of the Gig Economy | CA Benefits Agents


Since the start of the pandemic, the gig economy has become more ubiquitous. Human Resources leaders need to understand the new kind of worker attracted to the world of gigs, and learn how to make that kind of non-traditional worker fit into their teams. Some mistakenly believe that the gig economy, also known as the

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Employee benefits, HR

How Health Insurance Can Win the War for Talent | CA Employee Benefits Firm


The COVID-19 pandemic shined a spotlight on the importance of employer-provided health benefits. Not only have employees been requesting an expansion of their benefits for months, but report after report has indicated that comprehensive plans that also cover mental health or include paid parental leave, for example, are the key to getting people back to

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Economy, HR, Workforce

The Great Resignation: How Companies Can Cope With The Mass Exodus | CA Benefits Consultants


American companies are at a serious crossroads right now because of an unexpected consequence of COVID-19 known as the “Great Resignation.” CNBC reported earlier this summer that four million people had quit their jobs. This would be shocking under normal circumstances, yet these people quit stable jobs in the middle of a global pandemic. The majority

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HR

Data Drop: D&I Appetite, Mental Health Struggles and the Expanding Gig Economy | California Benefits Agents


There are certain issues that have taken center stage in the collective conscious when talking about the workplace, the future of work and how the current workforce is faring under the current conditions. Naturally, as those things enter the collective conscious, researchers find themselves asking what exactly holds true and what can we learn from

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