HR Strategy


Three Ways to Improve Your Benefits ROI

People change with the times, and the same should be true for benefits. It’s easier than you think to keep up with the needs of your employees by personalizing your benefits mix to today’s multi-generational workforce.

Position Your Business for Growth

Business optimism has moved sharply higher in recent months. Find out what you can do to retain business agility and flexibility as your organization expands.

Celebrating Our 25th With 25 Exceptional Leadership Insights

To commemorate the 25th volume of Bottom Line we’re looking at insights from 25 successful leaders.

Meeting the Business Growth Challenge Head-On

Your business is unique, but the challenges you’re facing likely aren’t.

Transforming Benefits into a Business Asset

How to go from static to strategic in 5 easy steps

Everything you need to know about the FLSA changes

Your benefits may be top-notch, but they won't help you recruit and retain top talent if employees don't appreciate them.

Bridge the Skills Gap by Connecting Generations: Here’s How

According to government reports, the unemployment rate in the U.S. has fallen sharply since the Great Recession and is currently well below the post-war average of 5.8%.

Matching Your Benefits to Your Workforce

Matching benefits to your workforce demographics is not a new concept.

PEO 101: The Basics & Key Things You Need to Know

Is more and more of your time being consumed with administrative tasks, compliance, and HR issues? If so, you may be a candidate for a PEO (Professional Employer Organization).

Data is Big for Companies of all Sizes

Learn how to effectively handle the demands of big data to overcome business challenges and take your organization to the next level.

Put HR Data Insights to Work for You

HR drives business performance by delivering competitive advantage through people. Since performance relies on measures, HR can contribute to business success by embracing the power of data insights. Finance and sales departments have been using data to strengthen company success for decades. And today, HR is increasingly getting in on the action.

Voluntary Benefits: Low Effort, High Return

Voluntary benefits are generally low-cost and require minimal administrative effort. And they can result in a significant return on investment when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. Here's how!

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