Looking Ahead with People-Centered Strategies

by Hannah Robinson There is one silver lining from the past year and a half: the trials and weaknesses that have been embedded in the employer health plan long before the pandemic can no longer hide. And, as ...


Diabetes Awareness Month - Molding Care to Fit the Patient

by Hannah Robinson November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and it’s an excellent time to critically rethink care for a chronic illness that more than 30 million people in the U.S. are living with. The annual ...


From the Experts: Paths to Holistic, Whole-Person Health

by Hannah Robinson What does holistic health even mean? While you do your best to inform employees on the benefits available to them, listening to their concerns and adjusting from there, the healthcare system ...


Celebrate Ergo Month

by Chantel Gorton  As previously published by Work Right   October is National Ergonomics Month. We recognize the importance of ergonomics in the workplace for many reasons but especially for its injury ...


Shifting Gears Through Covid—A Resource Guide on Where to Turn Now

Last week, we published a list of vendors who provide services that support employers and employees through all the changes that come with Covid-19. We listened to the excellent and thoughtful responses that ...


The Granite List. Live

The Granite List. Live The Cost of Time and Money in Mandating the COVID Vaccine   Sally, Leigh and Michael discuss being able to implement strategies that provide a safe environment for the individuals to be ...


Workplace Safety Means Everything - but Covid Changed the Location

by Mark Pew  Workplace safety has been top-of-mind since the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire on March 25, 1911. The deaths of 146 people in New York City effectively launched workers’ compensation in the ...


A Whole New World

by Sally Pace and Leigh Dill   On the heels of the 41st Self Insurance Institute of America’s National Conference, attendees were challenged to look at the past few years in order to prepare for the future. In ...


Open Enrollment - When Work Feels Anything But

by Hannah Robinson    This Open Enrollment period will be like none other—said benefits specialists back in 2020. They were anticipating the new challenges a virtual OE was going to present. It might be ...


Voluntary Benefits that Matter. Now.

by Hannah Robinson    For more and more companies, updating their menu of voluntary benefits is just one more necessary step to stay competitive and attractive to new employees. The future of benefits are ...


From the C-Suite: Protecting Your Human Capital Assets

by Hannah Robinson When it comes to addressing the needs of an entire population while focusing on a specific state like MSK in tandem, Nic Patee’s team at Work Right is moving the needle for groups like ...


With Delta, Employers Must Keep Altering Their Idea of Virtual Care and Work

by Hannah Robinson The pandemic has given way to a new conversation on hybrid working--that is, working some days remote and some in the office. And the resurgence through the Delta variant has pushed return ...


Three Essential Steps to Addressing Waste in Any Health Plan

by Hannah Robinson   Far too long in the benefits arena, rising costs and decreasing benefits are portrayed as a natural progression of the field. Studies prior to the pandemic estimated that 30% of all ...


Sleep Deprivation is Slashing Employee Productivity—Let Us Give You the How and Why

by Hannah Robinson The hard truth is this: workers are chronically overworked while sleeping less and less. While the National Sleep Foundation urges the average working adult to receive 7-9 hours of sleep ...


Why Financial Wellness Matters for Employee Retention and Presenteeism

by Abby Doan   As employee benefits continue to shift due to the impact of COVID-19, financial wellness strategies are climbing the priority list for post-pandemic benefits.   How has the pandemic impacted ...


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