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When Pay-for-Performance Under-Performs

"Pay-for-performance" has become a common buzzword in the ever-present search for the best and the brightest talent money can buy. So reports Talent Management.

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Modern Families Lead to Tailored Benefits

It sometimes seems that so-called "traditional" nuclear families are going the way of the dinosaur. So reports Employee Benefit News.

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Medical Plan Costs Projected to Increase at Slower Pace

It's a proverbial good news/bad news story. On the downside, costs for medical insurance plans across the board continue to rise; the good news is they're rising at a slower rate – as they have been since 2010. That's according to a recent study from Buck Consultants, a Xerox company.

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To Roth or Not to Roth? That is the Annual 401(k) Question

With more employers offering Roth 401(k) retirement plans in addition to traditional, pre-tax 401(k)s, an increasing number of employees have a choice but to switch their traditional plan to a Roth. So reports The Wall Street Journal.

 

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Paternity Leave: Good for the Goose, the Gander, and the Workplace

New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy caused a minor furor in the sports pages recently when he took the full three days of paternity leave allowed by Major League Baseball. So reports Slate.com. Read more...

Firms That Help Downsize Getting Downsized Themselves

Once-dependable outplacement services are being replaced by companies laying off employees with reduced – and in some cases, no – service at all. That's according to a recent Wall Street Journal article. Read more...

Working Overtime... to Figure Out Overtime

It used to seem so cut-and-dried. Blue-collar workers were eligible for overtime pay; white-collar employees weren't. Union members? Slam dunk. There were people who were "exempt" from earning overtime, and "non-exempt" folks who were eligible. So reports CNN Money.

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Telecommuters Tell It Like It Is

Ever since Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made a splash in the workplace by no longer permitting her employees to work from home (while having the luxury of installing a nursery for her own child adjacent to her office), telecommuting and more flexible working conditions in general have come under greater scrutiny. So reports HR Morning.

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Should Your Employees Consider at ACA Insurance Options?

Since the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare) was signed into law in 2010 – the disastrous rollout of the program notwithstanding – the conventional wisdom has been that employees receiving health insurance from their companies wouldn’t need to change their plan. So reports MSN Money.

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Are Your Employees Ignoring Tax-Advantaged Benefits?

Navigating complicated changes in the tax code is one reason many taxpayers enlist the aid of an accountant or tax planner this time of year. So reports The Wall Street Journal.

 

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