The state created a no-code solution to help people understand their unemployment benefits year end process. Here’s how they did it.
Posts Tagged: Benefits
Leaders within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services asked a radical question: Why can’t we get people a same-day response when they apply for benefits?“
Federal agencies looking to retain and attract talent know that they need to lean hard on their ability to offer good benefits as part of the overall compensation package. But the traditional benefits portfolio might not be enough. A new survey, conducted from May to June 2021, shows the extent to which increased flexibility inRead… Read more »
While matching private sector pay can be tough, agencies can improve their ability to recruit and retain talent by providing more flexibility in benefits.
The pandemic has made two things clear: First, no one is free from uncertainty and the many effects, financial and otherwise, uncertainty can introduce. Second, there’s nothing more important than family. The additional challenges of living in a COVID-19 world have led many of us to reassess our priorities and prepare for uncertainties. It makesRead… Read more »
A Chartered Federal Employee Benefits Consultant can help feds understand and navigate their financial options as they plan for retirement.
Challenges require creative solutions, but creative solutions can seem too risky in places like public sector health care. Yet, that didn’t stop this team to disrupt the status quo and produce critical solutions to cost and communication challenges in the state’s health care system.
Although Open Season is over for federal employees, it’s a great time to evaluate your life insurance coverage. Here’s what you need to know.
When it comes to the public sector, HR teams have had a particularly rough time staying competitive.
Why aren’t more government employees working remotely?