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What do millennials want from a new job?

Millennials have a reputation for being job-hoppers. They switch jobs more often than any other age group within five years of their college graduation, according to a LinkedIn study. Unsurprisingly, they’re not changing companies just for the heck of

Where Do Millennials Want to Work?

Leave common misconceptions about millennials aside—not all of them want to work poolside with their laptop in one hand and a margarita in the other. When it comes to where millennials want to work, most will choose a supportive business with

Build a budget-friendly benefits package

In today’s competitive job market, offering quality employee benefits is more important than ever. Luckily, building a robust benefits package doesn’t require businesses to break their budget. 

Millennials want these benefits

Millennials are now the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, accounting for every third employee. Companies are changing policies and perks to suit their needs, including expanding benefit offerings. 

Actually, millennials want to drive & own cars as much as anyone

Millennials tend to be a scapegoat for some of the country’s biggest problems, one being the death of the car industry. Turns out, not so much. 

When your people thrive, your business thrives. Here’s why.

When it comes to three critical business metrics —productivity, turnover, and profits—it turns out an employee’s personal wellbeing is key to success. 

3 ways your carpooling policy can backfire

Carpooling has been a national phenomenon since the ‘70s. It may not be as American as apple pie, but it’s getting closer.

Carpooling’s benefits are apparent: Saving gas, less pollution, fewer vehicles on the road and a special lane on most

6 Must-Offer employee benefits beyond healthcare & 401K

To attract top-quality candidates, companies need to be innovative in what they offer. One way to do that? A benefits package that’s more than just healthcare and retirement.

Commute to work: Three ways to impact employee productivity

Over 14 million Americans are spending an hour or more getting to work. A long commute isn’t just annoying— it can have an impact on employee satisfaction and engagement for the rest of the workday.