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Health Reform Law Only Small Part of Insurance Rate Increases
Excerpt: "'To the extent that the insurance companies blame the new law for rate increases, they know better,' . . . . 'They've said themselves that the new law would only raise rates by between 1 and 2 percent.' And even those increases would pay for a number of new benefits.'"
(Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation)
Health Care Reform May Be a No-Win Situation for Employers.
Excerpt: "[HR] leaders should not assume that dropping healthcare benefits will save their organizations money. Indeed, for most companies, dropping coverage will most likely end up costing them more than keeping it -- or it will until 2016, according to the [Corporate Executive Board]."
(Human Resource Executive Online)
Make Vacation Mandatory to Avoid Employee Burnout
Excerpt: "American workers often do not take all their vacation days, according to the 'Wellness in Travel' study of 1,500 Americans undertaken by Westin Hotels & Resorts."
(Business & Legal Reports, Inc.)
Chaplains Bring Spiritual Aspect to Workplace
Excerpt: "Corporate Chaplains of America, a Christian non-denominational counseling service based in Raleigh, N.C., provides chaplain service as a workplace benefit."
(Sun Sentinel via The Kansas City Star)
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