Why Your Wellness Program Isn’t Working — and How to Fix It

Since 2013, 66 percent of employers have increased their health and wellness program offerings — on-site fitness centers, yoga classes, massages — and 67 percent plan to offer even more over the next five years. These wellness programs and initiatives have picked up speed and popularity, becoming the trendy “one-stop solution” that employers can implement to check…

How To Make Sure Your Benefits Outrank Competitors’

In a job seeker’s market — that is, when there are more jobs than people looking for them — qualified candidates can afford to be picky about the jobs they apply to and interview for. Suddenly your company is trying desperately to attract candidates for the job. One way you can be more appealing to the types of…

3 Strategies for Engaging Your Superstar Employees That Don’t Involve Perks

In this hyper-competitive global marketplace where capital is abundant, barriers to entry are low, and technological dominance is often short-lived, the principal source of an organization’s competitive advantage is its people. The top firms in the world understand this acutely and are willing to invest vast resources into finding the best ways to attract and…

How to Recruit A Marketing Manager

Hold the ping-pong tables and video games: recruiting for marketing roles shouldn’t rely on happy hours or entertainment in the office. Instead, focusing on your company’s brand, culture, interview process and perks will get you much farther. In today’s recruiting world, it’s easy for companies to feel pressured to keep up with the tech giants…

4 Things to Consider Before Cutting Benefits

In a candidate-driven market, benefits are vital to attract candidates as well as to retain employees long-term. According to a December 2015 Harris poll for Glassdoor, 57 percent of job candidates report benefits and perks are among their top considerations before accepting a job. Benefits are a key component of your employer brand, and because…