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Health bill setback for McConnell sets stage for final push
Mitch McConnell’s decision to delay a vote on healthcare legislation sets off what will be a furious few weeks of talks to deliver on the GOP’s seven-year promise to repeal the ACA.

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EBA’s 2017 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising
30 leaders whose unique client management strategies, innovative data manipulation and other industry-leading skills are transforming the field

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How to make benefits communications easier
Employers should tell employees what they will get out of certain perks rather than explaining to them how they work, one expert says.

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UPS to freeze pensions for 70,000 nonunion workers to cut costs
UPS will freeze a pension plan because of escalating costs and volatility in determining future payments, replacing it with a different retirement benefit.

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GOP leaders delay health bill vote until after July 4 recess
The decision to postpone the vote planned for this week follows announcements by at least five Republicans that they’ll vote to block debate on the bill.

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A novel fix for Social Security?
Setting up an investment account for every newborn, with the federal government seeding it with $7,000, might be a solution to the looming Social Security crisis, says expert.

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Has retention become employers’ biggest concern?
As the talent war heats up, workers are demanding perks that help improve their quality of life. And organizations are finally taking note.

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8 ways to keep employees happy during summer
Encouraging workers to use vacation time, allowing casual dress and rolling out extra perks, such as half-day Fridays, can boost engagement and morale.

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3 GOP senators oppose health bill, enough to block it
Republican Susan Collins of Maine late Monday said she would vote against a key procedural step, joining Rand Paul of Kentucky and Dean Heller of Nevada.

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Take steps to create a culture, not climate, of wellness
Patchwork well-being programs with no involvement from employees leads to low engagement and wasted money.

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