Do you have employees who resist being managed by you or others in your organization? Perhaps the employee is a loner who prefers to be left alone. Even more difficult is the employee who thinks they know more than you and doesn’t accept you as their manager. These can be difficult situations but there are some tricks to manage people who don’t want to be managed.
All successful businesses thrive because their employees work as a team to create an efficient structure. Employees are individuals with different motivations and desires — so how can you bring them together to work efficiently? One way is using team-building activities.
Telemedicine is a digital communication with a doctor or healthcare provider using a laptop or tablet and video conferencing software. It is growing in popularity, particularly with COVID-19 restrictions against travel or in-person consultations. Some reasons why telemedicine is seeing rapid growth include:
Medical reimbursement plans are approved by the IRS and offer tax advantages to employees with medical expenses. They can be offered as part of an employee insurance benefit plan or stand alone as the primary medical cost coverage. There are a few different plans:
Most health plans come with a deductible, which is the amount you will pay each year before the plan starts paying for healthcare expenses. Health plans can be grouped into low- or high-deductible depending on how much you pay before your coverage begins. High-deductible plans often have lower monthly premiums, while the opposite is true with low-deductible plans. Here are some tips on how to choose between them.