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Top Benefits of Global Contingent Hiring | ClearCompany

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They’re working with smaller budgets for payroll and employee benefits. Contingent workers may not be permanent employees, but you can establish long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with them. The Growing Contingent Workforce Contingent workers will make up 35-40% of the global workforce by 2025. billion by 2031.

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SHRM’s 2023 Employee Benefits Survey: What Brokers Should Know 

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Quick look: The 2023 SHRM Employee Benefits Survey highlights the shift brokers are experiencing in how clients are prioritizing employee benefits. Therefore, rather than viewing the future of employee benefits as an “out with old, in with the new” situation, it’s better to welcome a co-mingling of the two.

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Employee Benefits: The Only Guide You Need

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The term “employee benefits” is used regularly, but often with a limited, traditional definition in mind. The traditional concept refers to legally mandated benefits plus a few voluntarily added by employers. What are employee benefits? . Employee benefits are non-salary compensation and perks.

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Student Debt Repayment: The Next Big Employee Benefit

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Per a recent CNBC survey, 81% of people carrying student loan debt have had to push back life milestones, including buying homes, investing in the stock market, or setting aside funds for retirement. As a broker, you can help employers evaluate their benefits packages holistically: What employee pain points do their benefits solve?

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EBRI Study Overview: Balancing Student Loan Debt Payments with 401(k) Contributions

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Quick look: Recent EBRI research reveals an all-too-common challenge employees face today is paying off student debt while also trying to save for retirement. A new study from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) reveals student loan debt payments are having a negative impact on 401(k) employee contribution rates.

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How the SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022 benefits your workplace

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workers better prepare financially for retirement, at every stage of their employment journey. workers who have not been able to save enough money to retire have delayed their transition into this next stage of life because of current economic conditions and record-high inflation. The SECURE 2.0 For many U.S. The SECURE 2.0

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SECURE Act 2.0 Details: Key Takeaways for SMBs (and Brokers)

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The Act includes a variety of features designed to help Americans save for retirement and assist SMBs in offering retirement savings plans to their employees. It’s an exciting time for benefits professionals: Congress has shared the final SECURE Act 2.0 Quick look: In late December 2022, the final SECURE Act 2.0