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2022 is coming to a close, which means it’s time to get prepared for the year ahead. From reviewing notable benefits events of the last 12 months to uncovering key trends for 2023, we’re walking you through everything you need to know to start off the new year on the right foot.
Amid talk of rising inflation, “quiet quitting,” and skyrocketing health care costs, the Great Resignation seems to have fallen off the radar. However, it is not over. In fact, executives have joined the Great Resignation in droves, prompting employers to seek creative ways to hold on to high-level talent.
We all know that inflation rates are skyrocketing. The Consumer Price Index rose 9.1% year-over-year in June, making it the largest 12-month increase since November 1981. What does this mean for employers, the employee benefits landscape and the actuarial industry as a whole?
As the saying goes, life is growth. This is as true in the workplace as it is anywhere else. Employees today are seeking ways to sharpen their skills and connect with other members of their workforce, and employers must facilitate those opportunities or risk losing top talent.

It’s no secret that employee turnover is higher than ever. Organizations are pursuing unique solutions to hold on to top talent, from improving employee benefits to increasing compensation. However, too few are focusing on onboarding — a process that can help employers significantly improve retention when done right.

Now more than ever, there is a growing importance for companies to focus on corporate social responsibility.

COVID-19 changed the way we work, and as employees now trickle back into the office, the future of the workplace and its impact on collaboration is up for interpretation.

Health care costs continue to rise, but that doesn’t mean employers have to accept the expensive status quo. For those willing to go against the grain, there is ample opportunity for positive disruption in the world of employee benefits. 
The ‘Great Resignation has turned the job market on its head. Now more than ever, employees have the power of choice, and employers need to think outside the box in order to remain competitive.
Creating plans that have a meaningful impact on employees’ health can be a tough task, so taking the time to evaluate your strategy is important.