Category: Wellness

Human Resources – Managing Stress in Your Career

In today’s uncertain job climate stress is becoming more prevalent. Learning to deal with stress, and learning to control what you have the power to control will be the difference you need for success in your career. As stress increases, a feeling of being overwhelmed in your job has the direct correlation to loss of productivity and effectiveness.  This deteriorating cycle is something that

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Attributes of a Successful Employee and a Great Co-Worker

Having the necessary characteristics to help achieve success within your position are very important if you want to be a great coworker.  At CPEhr we strive for both.  We want to provide exceptional customer service to our clients, we want our employees to achieve and exceed their goals and we want to embody a close, almost family like, work environment.  Below we have

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Benefit by Helping Employees Achieve Work-Life Balance: Human Resources and Outsourcing

Many businesses are laser-focused on maximizing profits, which often means that employees are forced to work long hours and make other personal sacrifices.  Some employers view the concept of work-life balance with skepticism and believe that it will lead to a culture that will cause workers to become unmotivated. However, providing employees with work-life balance results in intangible benefits that ensure the

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Employee Benefits: Wellness Programs Continue to Be Important in 2016

You may have made — and possibly already given up — your New Year’s resolutions, but many companies are hoping that you’ll make your health a priority in 2016.  That’s because eating healthy and exercising regularly can make you a much more productive employee, according to researchers.  Here’s how: Saving Company Dollars Healthy eaters are 25 percent more likely to be productive

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Cadillac Tax Delay

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (Act) delaying the effective date of the “Cadillac Tax” until 2020 and making the tax deductible.  Leading opponents of the tax have said they would continue to press for it to be rescinded altogether. The House voted 316-113 Friday to approve the omnibus spending deal that congressional leaders unveiled earlier

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