Our Eastern Benefits Group team prides itself on not only the quality of our customer service, but our employees — without whom, we wouldn’t be nearly as successful. Their drive to serve and advise our employee benefit customers every day, and especially in these challenging times, is unmatched. One of our employees who continuously goes above and beyond, not only in our office, but throughout the employee benefits industry, is our newest #EBGSpotlight — Senior Vice President Michael Uretsky, who has been with us for over 16 years!
As of July 1, 2018, the new Massachusetts Pay Equity Act (MEPA) went into effect. This is a very important change in the law that Massachusetts employers need to be aware of and compliant with.
“Join Us For Good” is more than a tagline at Eastern Insurance Group LLC. This year, The Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation will commit $1.8 million to community-based organizations focused on addressing a wide range of issues that disproportionately impact women and girls. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Eastern Bank, Eastern Insurance supports the initiative of Advancing Women by using our spotlight series to feature strong and empowering female leaders who are doing good in their communities.
We are excited to feature Eastern Benefits Group’s client, Gentle Giant, in this month’s #EIGSpotlight.
At Eastern Insurance Group and Eastern Benefits Group, we are committed to improving the communities we serve. That’s why we’re thrilled to hear when our clients, like Gentle Giant, go above and beyond to #JoinUsForGood.
Gentle Giant is a full-service moving company offering local and long distance moving services, storage facilities, packing and unpacking services, and moving box delivery.
Today’s modern workforce is the most diverse it has been in decades with workplace demographics spanning four generations — Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and the World War II generation. Even the oldest members of Generation Z, born between 1995 and 2014, are graduating college and beginning their careers. In 2015, millennials surpassed Gen Xers as the largest generation in the U.S.
Retirement may seem like an abstract idea far in the future when you’re in your 20’s. You may have just graduated college or bought your first home. And with bills and student loans weighing you down, saving for retirement may be the last thing on your mind!
However, preparing now for retirement is crucial, and the sooner you get started, the better. The biggest advantage to starting young is time. The more time you have, the more you can save for your retirement.
We’re excited to feature Michael Uretsky for this month’s #EIGSpotlight!
Employee benefits and perks carry a lot of weight when a prospective employee is considering their next career options. And employee perks are especially useful for retention efforts — they’re a good way to keep your employees feeling happy, engaged, and valued on a daily basis.
Technology is an integral part of the benefits industry. With the right solution, Human Resources employees and Benefits Managers can operate their business and drive productivity. But adopting a benefits administration solution is a big decision and requires planning. Here are 5 must-do's before implementing new benefits administration technology.
Ensuring your employees feel professionally satisfied and valued is crucial to boosting productivity and creating a healthy, thriving corporate culture. It is also essential for reducing organizational turnover and retaining quality talent during this time of historically low unemployment. While it may sound like a daunting, or expensive task, you can work with your management team to implement free or low-cost strategies to help motivate your employees, and help your managers evolve professionally.