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We all deal with personal issues, some that are fleeting and some that stick with us for years. We carry these issues with us everywhere we go, from home to the office. We're told to keep our personal life and our work life separate, but is that realistic?
Cancer is not pleasant to think about, but given that it's something that nearly 40% of adults will have to deal with at some point, it pays off to prepare. The problem is: how do you prepare for something that's so unpredictable? Even a robust emergency savings account wouldn't be sufficient to cover a cancer diagnosis. Health insurance helps, but oftentimes even that isn't enough to save you from sailing into dire financial straits.
As a business, you have to deal with risk every day. Nowhere is that risk more pressing than in your information technology systems. Risks associated with information technology are known as cyber risk, and phishing is one of these risks. It's one that can be particularly hard to deal with, so here's an in-depth explanation of phishing and a few tips on how you can prevent it.
We're well over halfway through 2018 already, and there's no better time to start looking towards the future than now. So what do we have to look forward to in the ever-evolving field of human resources in the coming years?
The popularity of workplace wellness programs is growing. Financial wellness, in particular, is a hot commodity, given just how stressed most Americans are about their finances. Not every workplace wellness initiative is successful, however. Personal finances are a touchy topic and broaching that with employees can be difficult.
In an effort to save money on health insurance costs, many employers are turning to medical savings accounts. These accounts allow employees and employers to deposit tax-deferred contributions that can later be used to pay for certain medical expenses. These accounts can be classified as either health savings accounts (HSA) or flexible spending accounts (FSA). So, what are the differences between these two types of medical savings accounts?
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