As paid family and medical leave laws become more commonplace, employers must adapt — understanding their costs and benefits, coordinating with existing programs and communicating with current and future employees.
We talked to Jason Bainum, EVP and VP of sales at HUB International, about the trends he sees in the employee benefits space, how smaller organizations can make the most of their spend, and the indispensability of data.
In addition to updating job descriptions and assessing accommodations, employers should track cases of COVID and Long COVID, whether that means monitoring information from insurance companies or using an in-house method.
Employee benefits packages are often customizable to meet the different needs of employees at various life stages. But this customization is only valuable if the employee knows they can make changes and select the right benefits for their lifestyle.