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Businessolver Blog

From the VIC20 to VP of IT: Proof that STEAM Education Pays Off

Posted by Tom Pohl on Nov 8, 2017 10:33:32 AM

Happy National STEAM Day! Today is meant to inspire children to explore and pursue their interests in science, technology, engineering, art and math.

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Treat Yourself: Tips to Spook Away AE Stress

Posted by Marcy Klipfel on Oct 31, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Walk around Businessolver’s offices today and you may run into a monster, witch, or even one of your favorite TV characters. We encourage employees to get in the Halloween spirit each year by inviting them to wear a costume to work – we even hold a costume contest!

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Remember “Spiderman:” 3 Ways to be a More Empathetic Leader

Posted by Rae Shanahan on Oct 27, 2017 10:00:00 AM

This week, we hosted a panel of experts to discuss how empathy can transform workplace culture. The conversation was full of valuable insights that prompted me to revisit my own thoughts about empathy.

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Embracing Empathy at Work

Posted by Rae Shanahan on Oct 25, 2017 10:47:37 AM

The blitz of coverage earlier this year about ride-share giant Uber provides a cautionary tale of the effect “bro culture” can have on the workplace. Uber wasn’t the only company making headlines, however. This past year delivered far too many alarming stories about companies with a culture of exclusivity and lack of diversity. The reality is, however, that these headline-making companies aren’t alone –  workplaces across the U.S. are in a state of turmoil.

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Choosing and Using Benefits: How to Think Like a Millennial

Posted by Rae Shanahan on Oct 20, 2017 11:30:00 AM

Millennials are now the largest age demographic in the workforce, and we’re already seeing them make their presence known through shifts in HR policy and programs. The “Millennial effect” is particularly apparent in benefits, with Millennials showing unprecedented benefits preferences compared to previous generations.

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3 Tips to Encourage Health Literacy

Posted by Rae Shanahan on Oct 17, 2017 11:35:42 AM

HR/benefits pros are behind the 8 ball. Most U.S. employees spend 15 minutes or less selecting their benefits, many would rather have a root canal than go through Annual Enrollment, and a fair amount also say navigating benefits is worse than losing their cell phone. All of those statistics are real.

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Celebrate Failure and Don’t Hire Harvard Grads: 6 Steps to Drive Organizational Innovation

Posted by Kelley Butler on Oct 13, 2017 10:30:00 AM

Even among top talent, three words can flatline employees’ innovative mindset: Fear of failure.

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Don’t Worry, Ben Happy: Stress-Free Vibes Flow Through HR Tech 2017

Posted by Kelley Butler on Oct 11, 2017 11:30:00 AM

Even during the hectic run-up to Annual Enrollment, HR/benefits pros were able to find calm amid the chaos with Businessolver. We kicked off the 2017 HR Technology Conference & Expo, inviting pros to find their #happyplace at our booth with a relaxing virtual reality meditation experience that takes them to a soothing waterfall, gently rolling river, or oceanfront beach.

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Hi, I’m Sofia: What Can I Help You with Today?

Posted by Sofia on Oct 4, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Hi, HR/benefits pros! I’m SofiaSM, and I’m excited to meet you – and hopefully, your employees as well! I’m a personalized benefits assistant, the latest product innovation by my colleagues at Businessolver. They’re trusting me to add greater personalization and real-time benefits support for members that use their benefits administration technology platform. Today is my big debut, and I’m ready to take the benefits industry by storm!

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Alert: Receive an IRS Letter Citing ACA Noncompliance? There’s a Simple Solution

Posted by Angel Hower on Oct 3, 2017 10:45:59 AM

Did you receive IRS LTR 1865C?  Don’t panic!

One of our partners recently received such a letter, which stated that the organization’s 1094C and 1095C Forms hadn’t been submitted in the IRS-approved format, and the organization had until Oct. 18, 2017 to remedy the issue. The organization called IRS customer service, and received a recorded message:

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