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Workplace Wellbeing: 5 Recommendations from the U.S. Surgeon General

November 21, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | No Comments | Filed in: Wellness, Work/Life Balance, Workplace.

The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, recently released the Framework for Workplace Mental Health & Wellness to set a new standard for expectations of employers. In this new normal, Human Resources leaders must take some responsibility for the wellbeing of those who work in their organization. The report is comprehensive and includes research and data supporting the • Read More »

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Emotional Compensation: An Employee Engagement and Retention Tool

November 14, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | No Comments | Filed in: Employee Experience, HR.

First came the pandemic, which was followed by The Great Resignation and the labor shortage, and now quiet quitting. Employers are challenged to attract and retain employees among all these upheavals, keep them engaged, and maintain a psychologically safe work environment. Higher wages, hiring bonuses, increased benefits packages all sound like possible solutions. If your current retention strategy is not having • Read More »

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What Employees Want: Praise and Recognition

November 8, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | No Comments | Filed in: Custom Content, Workplace.

“What gets recognized gets reinforced, and what gets reinforced gets repeated.” -Unknown In today’s ultra-competitive work environment, the companies with the winning edge are the ones that have the best-trained and well-skilled staff. However, even the best employees cannot perform well (or may even jump ship) when they are not motivated enough. Praise and recognition • Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Diabetes

November 1, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | No Comments | Filed in: Custom Content, Health.

Diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate in the United States. According to the CDC’s (Centers for Disease Control) National Diabetes Statistics Report for 2020 cases of diabetes have risen to an estimated 37 million (or 1 in 10 people in the U.S.).  November is National Diabetes Month and is a great time to bring attention to this • Read More »

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