Browsing All posts tagged under »benefits communications«

5 Tips for Effective Total Compensation Statements

July 24, 2012


Five tips for better, more effective total compensation statements.

Why Provide a Total Compensation Statement? It’s All in the W-2.

January 10, 2012


New requirements on reporting healthcare costs on employees' W-2 forms may cause some employers to think of the W-2 as a replacement for a total compensation statement. Doing so, however, would be a mistake.

Survey: Employees Lack Understanding of Their Benefit Plans

December 15, 2011


A new survey from payroll company ADP finds that HR professionals believe that 4 out of 10 employees lack a full understanding of their employee benefits.

Telling Your Total Rewards Story

July 26, 2011


Telling your organization's total rewards story help to cement the organization's position as a strong competitor and employer of choice.

MetLife Study: Growing Disconnect on Employee Loyalty, Satisfaction

March 29, 2011


MetLife's 9th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends finds a growing disconnect between employees and employers on employee engagement and loyalty.

Weapons in the War for Talent

November 10, 2010


Google's decision to increase all employee salaries by 10% is one way to try to hold on to talent. A different step employers may want to consider is taking the time to be sure that employees fully understand and appreciate what their current total compensation package consists of.

Study Sees Room for Improvement in Employee Communications

April 13, 2010


MetLife's 8th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends sees room for improvement in employee communications.