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Top 10 Employee Benefits That Attract and Retain Talent: A Deep Dive | Corporate Wellness

In today’s highly competitive job market, attracting and retaining top talent has become a strategic imperative for organizations. Industry professionals are actively seeking employers who not only provide opportunities for growth and advancement but also offer a comprehensive package of employee benefits. These benefits not only contribute to their overall well-being but also demonstrate the

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Calls for insurance premium cuts after law passed to crack down on ‘compo culture’

The move changes the law on duty of care. It is a key measure in the battle to crack down on Ireland’s “compo culture”. The aim of the reform is to balance the duty of care of clubs, property owners or businesses with the personal responsibility of customers or members of the public. Up to

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Workers value paid time off more than health insurance, the survey suggests

Paid time off is important to many workers.Kena Betancur/Getty Images More workers said paid leave was extremely important to them than those valuing health insurance. That was one finding of a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. Almost half of the workers who get paid time off don’t usually use up all their allocation,

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Analysis: Health insurance claims denials are on the rise, to the detriment of patients

Millions of Americans in the past few years have run into this experience: filing a health care insurance claim that once might have been paid immediately but instead is just as quickly denied. If the experience and the insurer’s explanation often seem arbitrary and absurd, that might be because companies appear increasingly likely to employ

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Holidaymakers with medical conditions ‘face barriers to finding the right cover’

Holidaymakers who are older or have medical conditions can end up paying several times the amount that some others would pay for insurance, or face being priced out of traveling altogether, according to Which? research. The consumer group commissioned a survey of more than 4,000 people who had taken out an annual travel insurance policy

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