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Health Care Leaders Flex Work Styles to Team Members' Needs

Diana Duft 10/5/11

To adjust their style to team members’ needs, leaders must understand their team’s responses as well as the underlying forces driving their own behavior.

Integrated Healthcare Strategies Hires Vice President For Its HR Consulting Arm 5/7/12

Debbie Weber has worked with for-profit, nonprofit, adult and pediatric health care organizations for more than 20 years. Weber’s consulting skills will aim to serve as a strong resource for the firm’s clients’ human resources needs.

Report: Many Employers Preparing Alternate Health Coverage Offerings 6/18/12

Amid uncertainty surrounding the future of employer-sponsored health coverage, employers are preparing to pursue alternate methods of offering health care options to their employees, according to a recent study.

Study: Regardless of Health Care Ruling, U.S. Will Need 5.6 Million More Industry Workers by 2020 6/21/12

Also, if you include all of the behind-the-scenes players, the health care industry will grow from 15.6 million jobs in 2010 to 19.8 million jobs in 2020, according to a recent study.

What the Health Care Ruling Means for Talent Management

Jeffrey Cattel 7/3/12

Industry professionals react to last week's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, which largely upheld the constitutionality of the comprehensive 2010 health care law.

Survey: Costs Continue to Rise for Health Care Organizations 8/2/12

The average annual cost of insurance per employee on a health care employer sponsored PPO plan is $8,707, up from $6,807 reported in 2009, according to a recent survey.

Average Health Care Premium Increases Projected to Rise Up to 6.3 Percent 10/3/12

Also, the average health care cost per employee was $10,522 in 2012, up from $10,034 in 2011. The portion of the total health care premium that employees were asked to contribute toward this premium cost was $2,204 in 2012, compared to $2,090 in 2011.

Mercer’s Top 5 Priorities for Employer-Sponsored Health Plans in 2013 12/18/12

Across-the-board changes in health care are coming in 2014. Here’s what companies need to do next year to be ready.

Survey: Health Care Hot on Hiring 1/29/13

An annual survey by CareerBuilder found that 22 percent of health care hiring managers plan to add full-time, permanent employees in 2013, up three percentage points over 2012.

Boost Your Approach to Benefits With These Tips

Audrey Tillman 1/31/13

Here are some best practices to help educate employees and communicate more effectively about benefits offerings.

Roughly Half of Eligible Part-Time Workers Elect Health Care Coverage 2/4/13

Also, the average employer contributed $7,225 in health premiums in 2012, according to a new study.

As Health Care Changes Loom, Is HR Ready?

David L. Barron 2/19/13

The sweeping health care reform passed in 2010 finally takes full form in 2014. Here’s what HR needs to know.

Employers Focused on Engagement, Healthy Living Initiatives 3/21/13

Texas employers are increasingly sharing accountability and decision-making with employees when it comes to health care, according to a survey.

ADP Launches Health Care Reform Website for Employers 5/6/13

The new section of ADP’s website aims to provide information to employers related to health care reform through webinars and other online learning tools.

Don’t Leave Part-Time Workers Out of the Health Care Discussion

Jessica DuBois-Maahs 5/31/13

Part-time employees report feeling confused about the Affordable Care Act, but employers can ramp up communication to clear things up.

Workers More Confident About Jobs 6/17/13

However, workers also expect to have to work harder for same pay.

A Collaborative Approach to Well-Being: Humana's Tim Huval

Jennifer Kahn 6/25/13

Humana CHRO Huval is building an HR infrastructure to support an organization that emphasizes preventive care and overall wellness.

The Intersection Between Wellness and Health Care

Jessica DuBois-Maahs 6/28/13

Can wellness initiatives in the workplace save employers money as they transition into the Affordable Care Act adoption?

Bet on Employee Wellness Programs

Jessica Saperstein 6/27/13

Wellness initiatives can help talent managers gain a competitive edge in the talent market and increase productivity among existing workers.

Facebook Engages Younger Workers in Benefits Discussion

Mary Camille Izlar 12/13/13

After struggling with traditional methods, Aeropostale found success communicating with pregnant workers through the social networking site.

Get Ready for the ACA

Liz Moughan 2/19/14

Control costs and minimize compliance risk with the right workforce management tools.

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