Healthcare alert! A bill with the potential to drastically change the way small businesses pay for health care coverage will probably go to Congress sometime before year’s end.
The silver lining to employer-covered weight-loss surgery: The costly procedure you were bemoaning actually ends up saving you money.
Remember when the toughest part about having a 401(k) plan was getting employees to enroll?
Convincing certain staffers to change their heart-attack-waiting-to-happen lifestyles is a daunting task. But before you go cramming a wellness program down employees’ throats, try these subtle approaches.
Wellness programs have helped many companies save money — and cost some a small fortune.
No surprise here: Health-care costs are expected to rise again in ’09. Fortunately there are some proven ways to keep costs from rising too high.
If you need some extra help but the budget doesn’t leave enough room for full-time staffers, this option may be right up your alley.
You never like to see a finance staffer leave (OK, maybe not never), but you certainly don’t want your top performer to say sayonara to your department. There may be good reason to be worried:
Small businesses are usually no match for larger companies when it comes to retirement packages. But low-cost consulting firms are making that a thing of the past.