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August 30. 2013

Case Study: Health Insurance Benefit

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August 30. 2013

Background

In recent years, a few Clark-Reliance employees faced serious medical issues and had difficulty navigating their health care benefits. The organization decided to look for a benefit that would relieve some of these difficulties and concerns for employees, and help ensure that they are provided with the best possible healthcare and outcomes. More...

August 30. 2013

Case Study: Health & Wellness Program

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August 30. 2013

Background

Certified Angus Beef considers employees to be its greatest resource. Its executives are committed to providing employees with the optimal opportunity to excel in all areas of their health, wellness, and work/life balance.

Certified Angus Beef realized that the greatest barrier to achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is time. Employees who work eight hours a day or more on the job are often not able to find time to take care of themselves, go to the gym, cook a healthy meal, relax, and unwind. Other barriers hindering its staff from achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle are money, accessibility, motivation, accountability, fear, direction, and procrastination. More...

August 30. 2013

Case Study: Paid Time Off Programs

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August 30. 2013

Background

Over the years, it became clear to CardPak that it needed to modify its paid time off (PTO) programs to better support employees' interests and needs, provide additional work/life balance, and allow employees more time to give back to the community.

The organization found that employees had a personal connection to certain community service activities and were unable to participate because they did not have enough PTO time to participate in these types of activities. It also became evident that employees were not fully focused on work when they were thinking about missing their child's school events and activities. In addition, the organization had employees in need of additional PTO time because of serious health issues over the years, and recognized a need for a formal program/policy. All of these observations led to the development of three innovative PTO programs designed to meet the needs and interests of its employees. More...

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