Controlling Overtime, Circa 2018

May 04, 2018 by Mike Wise

A study of 2017 activity indicates that Overtime in New England has increased 60% in the last three years. See our short YouTube tutorial - two ideas to dramatically reduce Overtime.

Filed Under: Long Term Care, Cost Containment, New England LTC, Payroll Service, Overtime, Patient Care

Broker Outlook - Part 3, Health Insurance

November 17, 2017 by Mike Wise

( Sunrise, Hopkinton, MA, October 2017 )

In this 7- Part Series on Key Trends in Employee Benefits, Part 1 focused on Millennials and Technology. Part 2 examined the “Culture of Care” beginning to[...]

Filed Under: Payroll Service, Employee Benefits, mid-market, Insurance broker, broker, millennials, New England, human capital management, Health insurance, HSAs, Self-Insurance

Time & Attendance Tech in LTC - Part 3 Overtime

November 16, 2017 by Mike Wise

(College Soccer Playoffs, Commonwealth Coast Conference, 2017)

<<See Part 2 Meals & Breaks>>

Part 3 of a Seven-Part Series on Time & Attendance in Long-term Care.

Overtime - Control & Allocation

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Filed Under: Long Term Care, Cost Containment, New England LTC, Payroll Service, Customer Service, Overtime, Manage Labor Costs

Broker Outlook - Part 2, Employee Benefits

November 10, 2017 by Mike Wise

( Sunset, Head of the Charles 2017, Harvard Boathouse, Single Scull )

As we look into the future of Employee Benefits in this 7- Part Series on Key Trends in Employee Benefits, last week, we[...]

Filed Under: Payroll Service, Employee Benefits, mid-market, Insurance broker, broker, millennials, New England, technology, human capital management, mobile HCM

Time & Attendance Tech in LTC - Part 2 Meals & Breaks

November 03, 2017 by Mike Wise

<<See Part 1>>

Part 2 of a Seven-Part Series on Time & Attendance in Long-term Care.

Meals & Breaks - Reporting & Compliance

Meal periods are a good example of a risk point for many employers. We[...]

Filed Under: Long Term Care, Cost Containment, New England LTC, Payroll Service, Customer Service

Broker Outlook - Part 1, Millennials, Technology, & Work

October 27, 2017 by Mike Wise

(Little Chauncy Pond, Northborough, MA c. 2017)

As we look into the future of Employee Benefits in this 7- Part Series on Key Trends in Employee Benefits, the first thing that often comes to mind[...]

Filed Under: Payroll Service, Employee Benefits, mid-market, Insurance broker, broker, millennials, New England, technology, human capital management, mobile HCM

Time & Attendance Tech in LTC - Part 1 Goals

October 27, 2017 by Mike Wise

(Head of the Charles Regatta, Boston, 2017)

<<See Series Introduction>>

Part 1 of a Seven-Part Series on Time & Attendance in Long-term Care.

Goals are so important. They give us something to[...]

Filed Under: Long Term Care, Cost Containment, New England LTC, Payroll Service, Customer Service

Time & Attendance Tech in LTC - A Deep-Dive

October 20, 2017 by Mike Wise

(Image: Anti-Microbial Handpunch Time-Clock)

Introducing a Seven-Part Series on Time & Attendance in Long-term Care.

We sponsor free CNA classes. We used to have a waiting list. Now we scramble[...]

Filed Under: Long Term Care, Cost Containment, New England LTC, Payroll Service, Customer Service

Part 8 of 8 – The LTC EBook for Overcomers

October 06, 2017 by Mike Wise

 << PREVIOUS: Part 7 of 8 >>

An Eight-Part Series: Overcoming the Top Challenges Facing the LTC Industry

In our dramatic conclusion, we share an LTC EBook including 20 Tips, plus more industry[...]

Filed Under: Long Term Care, Cost Containment, New England LTC, Payroll Service, Customer Service

Part 7 of 8 – “The Simple Satisfaction of Good Service”

September 14, 2017 by Mike Wise

<< PREVIOUS: Part 6 of 8 >>

An Eight-Part Series: Overcoming the Top Challenges Facing the LTC Industry

Our Long-term Care conversations, both with clients and users of the national payroll[...]

Filed Under: Long Term Care, Cost Containment, New England LTC, Payroll Service, Customer Service

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