Glassdoor Identifies Benefits that Employees Like

In its recent survey, career site Glassdoor found a rising trend of employers investing more in benefits. The survey found that salaries are no longer the focus of the total compensation package. The survey found four in five workers today would prefer new benefits or perks rather than a pay raise. They are interested in…

How to Control Rising Drug Costs

Spending on prescription drugs in the United States accounted for nearly 17 percent of total health care spending — with a price tag of $457 billion in 2015. And that’s only going up, unless serious change occurs. The rapidly rising prices of prescription drugs, combined with increasingly higher cost-sharing, has shifted much of the costs…

Most Workers Get a ‘C’ in Employee Benefits IQ Quiz

At a time of unprecedented change in employee benefits programs, 51 percent of working Americans earned a grade of “C” or below in a true-false quiz measuring their understanding of workplace benefits. Guardian’s “Closing the Gap” survey found that while 80 percent of working Americans believe they understand their benefits very well, only 49 percent…