Safeguard Business Risk during The Great Resignation

Safeguard Business Risk | The Great Resignation Resource Center

Labor shortages can increase your business' liability. Click through the resources below to find actionable risk mitigation strategies .


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. One solution involves enhancing your executive benefits program. In this episode of BIZTips, we spoke with Anne Long, President, CBIZ Life Insurance Solutions, about the importance of executive benefits and the must-have executive perks employers should be offering in 2023.

Boomerang employees are on the rise. But is rehiring a former employee a risky move? Here’s why you shouldn’t overlook this talent pool and how to embrace ex-employees who want to come back.

Inflation impacts nearly all aspects of your company, but commercial property insurance premiums shouldn’t get lost in the shuffle. See how best to manage rising rates.
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? In this episode of BIZTips, we sat down with Matt Cline, Actuarial Analyst for CBIZ Employee Benefits, to discuss the shifting economic environment and how it’s impacting employers’ ability to retain top talent, protect their bottom line, project future uncertainties and more.
The Consumer Price Index has seen a massive increase due to inflation, hitting a 9.1% increase year-over-year in June, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Of course, this shift has adversely affected employees’ cost of living. However, it has also had a serious impact on employers’ health care costs.