Human Resources, Benefits, Well-Being, Compensation, Culture

Top 10 Blogs from 2015

December 28, 2015

images from the top 10 blogs in 2015

This year was a big year for FirstPerson: we turned five! Not to mention, we had a few other exciting moments: the launch of our new brand, record attendance at Fresh Perspectives, killer keynotes at RESOLVE, and going green with the PEEP Project and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. And that doesn’t even cover it all!

From culture and engagement to benefits and compensation, we’ve covered a lot of ground. Check out our top 10 blogs from 2015:

  1. Introducing a New Face at FirstPerson: Todd Richardson by FirstPerson
    Today, we’re excited to bring a new voice to the FirstPerson blog: someone who not only has a heart for world-class HR and benefits, but also employee engagement, internal communications, and culture.

  2. Four Signs Your Performance Reviews Need to Go by Mike Bensi
    Performance reviews feel as though they have been around since the beginning of time. No matter how many organizations say they are going to blow up performance reviews, they still remain.

  3. 5 Reasons to Offer a Wellness Reimbursement Program by Carrie Kass
    Health and wellness are personal, and leading a healthy lifestyle isn’t always easy—or the most affordable. It’s important to grasp the opportunity to support your employees’ unique, individual journeys.

  4. Workplace Trends: Choice, Changes, and Cultural Shifts by Bryan Brenner
    Each fall, FirstPerson draws from current research, conversations with clients and colleagues, and marketplace knowledge to identify key workplace trends for the coming year. Here’s what we predicted for 2015.

  5. How Heart Disease Changed My Life by Kaitlin Enneking
    In 2006, heart disease claimed the lives of 425,425 Americans. One of those lives was my father’s.

  6. FirstPeeps Kick off the Holiday Season by Giving Thanks by Amber Griffin
    The holiday season has arrived! Here’s what FirstPeeps are most thankful for this year.

  7. Where Does Compensation Rank for Millennials? by Krista Gordon
    Fifty percent of Millennials say that having a “job you enjoy” is “extremely important,” compared with just 38% of Baby Boomers.

  8. The Key to Employee Engagement by Deb Hunter
    Studies are showing that organizations who invest in their people to create an engaging workplace outperform other organizations, leading to greater profitability.

  9. Disobey Your Attorney: Get Personal (Part 1) by Todd Richardson
    Disclaimer: What you are about to read will be counter to everything your high-priced employment law attorneys have taught you, namely, “Don’t get personal when you are managing employees.”

  10. Don’t Be Narrow-Minded About Narrow Networks by Paul Ashley
    We can all agree on one thing: Health Care Reform has caused disruption. While this has led to some confusion (and comical skits on SNL), it has also created innovation and new developments in the market.