A key shift in day-to-day operations for employee benefits in the corporate workforce since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic is the increased usage of technology. Born out of necessity keep reading >
The health care landscape is rapidly changing, and what was once an industry focused predominantly on individuals’ physical health has transformed to now encompass caring for their behavioral and mental keep reading >
In this issue, Graham Company announces our refreshed branding and new website. Carl Bloomfield and Bette McNee also discuss the important difference between employee satisfaction and employee engagement.
For most organizations, attracting and retaining top talent is a top priority – after all, a successful company starts with assembling a team of smart, dedicated employees. Because health and keep reading >
Whether a small company or a large corporation, healthcare costs are one of the largest expenditures for any employer. This will undoubtedly continue in 2018, with Mercer’s annual Survey of keep reading >
In this issue, The Graham Company becomes 100% employee-owned. Our unique culture was established more than five decades ago – it’s what we call the Graham Way. As competitors are consolidating, we’re expanding our team, our offerings and our physical footprint to better serve you. And we want to guarantee that we’ll be able to do that for decades to come.
Recent research points to a knowledge gap when it comes to employees’ understanding of their benefits, creating a missed opportunity for businesses to convey value to their workers and putting employees at risk for unanticipated costs.
Healthcare costs continue to spiral and can hurt an employer’s growth and profitability. To remain competitive and control costs, more employers are introducing wellness programs in the workplace to improve the health of their workforce and target employees who are at risk of chronic diseases.