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13 Ways to Stop Stressing About Having Enough Time

In their annual letter, Bill and Melinda Gates discussed what superpowers they wish they had. It may surprise you that Melinda wished for more time, but you can probably relate. Between work, family...

Kate O'Brien
By    Kate O'Brien

Topics:   Work-Life

5 Ways to Retain Your Best Millennials

Millennials. Generation Y. Call them what you want. Sometimes it feels like you can’t go a day without seeing a new article blasting those born after 1980 for their laziness, entitlement, and screen...

Kate O'Brien
By    Kate O'Brien

Introducing Care@Work - A New Approach to Employee Benefits

Gone are the 9-to-5 days when dad punched the clock, dropped his briefcase at the door and mom had dinner ready on the table. Technology has changed the way the business world operates, paving the...

Michael Marty
By    Michael Marty

Is Giving Up on Work-Life Balance the Key to Success?

Ever feel like you're chasing our tail? Like you're so busy, and pulled in so many directions, that you're not able to give your best -- at work, at home, or anywhere? Well, you're not alone....

Patrick Ball
By    Patrick Ball

The $30 Billion Expense We're Not Talking About Enough

Picture this: You’re stressing about a deadline at work and have a million things to do in order to hit it. Then the phone rings: Mom fell. “Most people don’t know where to go, what to do, who to...

Patrick Ball
By    Patrick Ball

7 Things You Need to Know If You’re Afraid to Tell Your Boss You’re Pregnant

Congratulations! You’re expecting! But now it’s time to tell your boss you're pregnant -- a conversation many working moms to be will dread.  With more and more employers offering progressive...

Kate O'Brien
By    Kate O'Brien

Why Hawaii’s Long-Term Care Proposal Matters to Everyone

The demographics of our country are rapidly changing. Every eight seconds, someone in America turns 65 years old. Seventy percent of older adults aged 65 or older will require long-term care for an...

Avra Siegel
By    Avra Siegel

Topics:   Senior Care, Policy, Aging

The Zuckerberg Effect: 2016 Should Be a Breakthrough Year for Paternity Leave in the US

To use a sports metaphor, we could say paternity leave is driving into the opponent’s territory – past the 50 yard line, and not yet to the Red Zone, but heading toward paydirt and picking up steam....

Patrick Ball
By    Patrick Ball

Topics:   Dads at Work, Paid Leave

5 Ways Companies That Care Will Win in 2016

Move over health and dental. There’s a new class of employee benefits emerging as a real difference-maker when it comes to showing employees you care and establishing your organization as an employer...

Michael Marty
By    Michael Marty

Top 15 Posts from 2015 on the Workplace Solutions Blog

All in all, 2015 was a pretty good year on the working families and work-life fronts .Companies expanding their paid parental leave plans dominated the summer news cycle, and prior to that US Sen....

Patrick Ball
By    Patrick Ball

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