Over the past week, our consultants have provided insight into wellness, financial literacy, and FLSA overtime rules.
CA., Benefits Canada, My Take: Personal finance should be a mandatory course in high school
“…a recent survey … showed 91 per cent of employers offer financial literacy and skills programs due to increasing demand from employees. It’s clear, then, that employers are also dealing with the results of low levels of financial knowledge.”
Our Global Wellbeing survey report was also cited in Working@Office (Germany: “In the case of well-being programs for employees, it is mainly about their productivity”), Workforce (U.S.: “The Whole World Wants to Work Well”), Computerworld (Italy: “Well-being in the company? Staff productivity is critical”), Think.Work. Different. (Germany: “Feel good at the service of productivity”), and SmallBizAdvisor (Canada: “How to bring financial literacy into the workplace”).
U.S., T-Sheets, Your Workforce Is About to Revolt
“Millions of employees across the United States are waiting anxiously to learn how they’ll be affected by the new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations. And the way business owners approach their fears and questions can mean the difference between a smooth transition and sinking morale, attrition, and even lawsuits.” (Article by Tom Burke and Leah Reynolds )
“Dean Aloise, global HR consulting leader, says that businesses are looking for more “value” in their benefits beyond flashy perks that get people in the door. But what employees value is going to vary depending on factors like age, demographic and personal view point. Aloise says the only way to understand what most your employees want from their benefits package, is to ask them and then communicate those benefits regularly to the workforce.”
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Thursday, December 1, 2016, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. CT | 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. PT
Earlier this year, the Department of Labor released a new rule under the Fair Labor Standards Act that is expected to make more than four million white-collar workers eligible for overtime pay when it takes effect. Dramatic changes in the overtime regulations, currently scheduled for December 1st, will impact employers from coast to coast. Are you ready? And how will the changes affect your organization?
Join us for an update and interactive discussion where we’ll:
- Review major changes
- Look at efforts to delay, modify or derail the new rule
- Highlight recent FLSA lawsuits that have cost employers millions
- Discuss what actions you should be taking now
Linda VanDeventer, MBA, CCP Director Pay & Performance Consulting Linda has more than 25 years’ experience in all areas of human resources. Linda’s background includes corporate and consulting firm experience spanning from $1B to $40B organizations publicly traded and privately held across multiple industries with a focus in Retail. Her corporate background includes top leadership compensation and benefits roles, head of HR, and sales effectiveness leader. Linda is an adjunct professor at DePaul’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.
Nancy Vary, Director, Knowledge Resource Center Nancy is an attorney with more than 25 years of experience dealing with a full range of issues that affect the workplace, from labor and employment to benefits and compensation. As part of the Knowledge Resource Center, Nancy keeps clients and consultants up to date on legal and regulatory developments on the federal, state and local level.
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