Monthly Archives: May 2017

  • Why Benefits Shouldn’t Be Based On Generational Labels

    Segmenting your employee population and creating profiles for each segment can be useful when designing benefits strategies. But relying too much on generational labels such as baby boomer, Generation X or millennial can be counterproductive. In addition to understanding how generations differ broadly from one another, it’s also important to understand commonalities. The 2016 Willis […]

  • 5 Major Diseases Employers Should Address Now

    Five noncommunicable diseases — heart disease, mental illness, cancer, respiratory disorders, and diabetes — will account for approximately 16 million premature deaths annually and an estimated cumulative loss of $47 trillion in economic activity worldwide over the next two decades. That’s according to a new report from the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Willis […]