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Rx for Healthcare Costs? ‘PBM, here’s what we’re willing to pay …’

Yesterday, benefits consultant Scott Haas, CLU, RHU, offered his tips on negotiating reduced pharmacy costs. Today, how to manage generic drugs, plus a must-attend webinar later this month for healthcare employers.

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Want Benefit Savings? Take a Close Look at Your PBM

Looking for healthcare savings? Start with a look at your prescription drug costs, says Scott Haas, CLU, RHU, vice president of Wells Fargo Pharmacy Consulting.

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4 More Sins Your Supervisors and Managers Are Guilty Of

Yesterday, we featured the first six sins of supervisors. Today, sins 7 through 10, plus an introduction to a comprehensive California wage and hour reference you won’t want to be without.

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10 Sins of Well-Meaning Supervisors

0 Sins of Well-Meaning Supervisors

Sometimes it seems as though there are a thousand ways supervisors and managers—with the best of intentions—can practically beg for a lawsuit. We’ve distilled it down into 10 major sins you can talk to your supervisors and managers about.

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VBBD: Case Study Shows Real Savings

Today, compensation consultant Carla McCormick offers a case study that shows the value of Value-Based Benefits Design (VBBD).

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Incentive Schemes May Mean Transparency of Data

An incentive program can be a great way to motivate employees and help the organization achieve its goals. But it doesn’t come without potential pitfalls.

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The 6 Universal Drivers of Employee Engagement

“Six factors need to be present for true employee engagement,” says consultant Keith Branham. Highly engaged workplaces score high on all six drivers and tend to have “signature” drivers—that is, drivers for which they are particularly known.
Branham, who is founder and principal of Keeping the People, Inc., offered his expertise at WorldatWork’s 2013 Total Rewards Conference and Exhibition, held recently in Philadelphia.

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DOMA is unconstitutional, but many questions left unanswered

Over the summer, the Supreme Court decided in the landmark case of United States vs. Windsor that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional, which now paves the way for same-sex couples to potentially enjoy many federal benefits that they weren't entitled to before. Let's take a closer look at DOMA, what the ruling did, and what questions remain.

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PTO in California: 7 permitted payroll deductions for exempt employees

How can a California employer administer their PTO policy and still stay in compliance with the requirements for exempt employees? Can the employer make deductions from pay for an exempt employee after all PTO time has been used?

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8 steps to implementing a pay-for-performance system in a small business

Pay-for-performance systems are not one-size-fits-all. While the general steps to implementation might be similar, the details will differ. Company size is one of the primary factors that will determine how the implementation will proceed.

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