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Controlling Employee Benefit Costs Strategically

In December 2018, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the average cost to a U.S. employer for every hour an employee worked was $34.05. It’s probably no surprise that nearly 30 percent of that cost, or $10.20, was for employee benefits. In today’s hot job market, talented employees expect to have good benefits. Providing benefits is not only expensive, but necessary, to attract and retain high-quality candidates.

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Trending in 2019: Tipping Points for Banking Breakthroughs

At the start of each year, CU-Save publishes a list of the trends that are most likely to impact the financial services industry over the coming 12 months. The trends we described are based on qualitative and quantitative research as well as from one-on-one conversations we had with bankers and thought leaders in the industry.

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