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Employee Support Solutions

Employee Support Solutions

Stress. Anxiety. Grief. Loss. Sometimes employees are faced with personal or work-related matters (parenting issues, marital concerns, or co-worker conflict) that adversely affect their emotional well-being and job performance. We want to alleviate that disruption for our clients and provide employees with a safe place to turn. That’s why we offer an integrated Employee Assistance Program. This service includes a comprehensive web resources portal, 24/7 clinically staffed call center and four, one-hour private face-to-face counseling sessions a year with a licensed therapist.

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Recent Blog Posts

Feb
15th
24 HR Mistakes That Could Cost You Time, Money, and Talent

Most everyone would agree Human Resources is an integral function of a high-functioning company. HR operations carry a lot of responsibility, mostly behind the scenes. From interviewing and hiring top talent to managing benefits and payroll, HR departments must keep track of countless forms, processes, regulations, and communications. Just one mistake — no matter how […]

Jan
30th
The Uncertain Future of the Affordable Care Act (Benefit Minute)

Repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been the consistent message of the Republican Party and President Trump.  Some steps have already been taken that will likely ultimately impact the ACA.   Congress is progressing with a budget resolution bill that may lead to repeal of some aspects of the ACA that relate to […]

Jan
27th
Car Insurance Rates are Up — 6 strategies to keep your rates under control

Before we get into the several ways you can mitigate the rising cost of auto insurance, let’s talk about a question I hear all the time: Why does car insurance cost more than it used to? There are a number of reasons:

Jan
20th
How Could the Fair Labor Standards Act Revisions Affect You?

For months, organizations in the U.S. had been preparing to implement changes that, as of Dec. 1, 2016, would have increased the minimum salary requirement for certain exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act.