PSA Perspective

  1. Retain Talent by Recognizing Employees from Afar

    Recognizing employees is key to retain star performers, which is even more critical during this pandemic. But showing appreciation could be more difficult with many businesses shifting to remote work. In this post I’ll discuss the importance of employee appreciation as a retention tool, especially during COVID, and provide five ideas on how to do […]

  2. The COVID-19 Vaccine — Know the Facts!

    After almost a year of enduring the pandemic, the first phase of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are being administered. For many, this provides hope and relief, while for others, it is anxiety-provoking. We hope that this piece will answer your questions about the vaccines currently being offered (as of 1/13/2021) and put your mind at ease […]

  3. PSA In Good Health January 2021 Tips

    Natural Ways to Boost Your Immune System In addition to the COVID-19 pandemic, cold and flu season is upon us. Check out this month’s In Good Health flyer for ways to naturally boost your immune system to keep it in tip-top shape to fight infection and disease.

  4. Additional COVID Relief in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (Benefit Minute)

    On December 27th, President Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (the Act) into law.  The Act funds the federal government for the remainder of the fiscal year and provides additional COVID relief.  This Benefit Minute provides an overview of benefit and payroll provisions in the Act.

  5. Benefit Plan and Payroll Limits for 2021 (Benefit Minute)

    The table below details the 2021 and 2020 limitations for qualified plans and other benefit related items.  

  6. Manage Change – Adapt Like Bamboo

    Each of our PSA Partnership webinars this year have built on the topic of how to successfully navigate change. In our final webinar of 2020, motivational keynote speaker and author Greg Bell, shared the metaphor of the bamboo farmer, and how practicing the characteristics of patience, persistence, self-discipline, courage, and belief in our personal and professional lives is key to adapting and growing during a time where everything […]

  7. Volunteering With Young Adults With Disabilities Is My Jam

    Commitment to serving others is paramount at PSA. To close out a year that has shown us all the importance of community and compassion, we would like to spotlight PSA employee Brandon Younkin, one of our Employee Benefits consultants, and his gusto for volunteering and serving those around him in honor of international volunteer day.   

  8. PSA In Good Health December 2020 Tips

    2020 has been a tough year, but did you know that practicing gratitude helps our brains feel better? Check out this month’s In Good Health flyer for some ways to show gratitude on a regular basis and the science behind the habit.

  9. Small Business F&L Construction Inc.’s Recipe for Thriving, Not Just Surviving the Pandemic

    F&L Construction Inc. is a locally-owned small business that has been serving the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area since 1991, providing services in general contracting, construction management, design-build, and site development. I recently had the opportunity to speak with their founder and CEO, Freddie Winston, a long-time and devoted client of PSA, about how F&L Construction, […]