OSHA only requires employers to pay for the protective gear that is outside of what most people own. Your organization should encourage your employees to take responsibility for being properly prepared with several layers, insulated boots, gloves and hats.
Tip of the week - 11/27/23
Insurance terminology can be complicated and abstract. Use real-world examples in your Open Enrollment communications so our employees have a clear understanding of how their benefits work.
Tip of the week - 11/20/23
Help your employees plan for benefits that reset at the end of the plan year. Highlight items like expiring FSA dollars or health insurance deductibles so they can make the right decisions.
Tip of the week 11/13/23
Use your budget dollars on programs your employees value. Surveys can help you understand what benefits your employees care about most, especially for ancillary and worksite coverages.