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Our in-house team synthesizes scientific research and translates them into easy-to-digest content for you to get educated on the latest health and healthcare information.

Salary Comparison Guide to Paying Employees
Employer

Salary Comparison Guide to Paying Employees

Navigating the job market is a job in and of itself for both the employer and the job seeker. When determining if a role or applicant is right for you or your business, weighing the total compensation is very important. If the employer doesn’t offer a competitive salary then quality applicants aren’t likely to accept, which is costing the business money and both it and the applicants a lot of needless time.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks8 Feb 2022
How Much Does Health Insurance Cost?
Health Insurance

How Much Does Health Insurance Cost?

The cost of health insurance in the U.S. is not straightforward. There are multiple components that make up your total health insurance costs and specific factors that determine the amount you pay. This article outlines the complicated nature of health insurance costs in today’s market.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan4 Oct 2021
How & Where to Get Fast Health Coverage
Health Insurance

How & Where to Get Fast Health Coverage

Fast health coverage is sometimes needed in the case of an unexpected or emergent health care need. In the case that you do not have an employer-sponsored or other long-term medical insurance plan, there are some fast health coverage options you can purchase in the interim. In this article, we look at the best options that you can get quickly.

Gavin Oxley
Gavin Oxley2 Aug 2021
What Are the Health Benefits of Kimchi?
Tips

What Are the Health Benefits of Kimchi?

Many people in the United States are not aware of the importance of keeping a balanced and nutritious diet. In fact, more than two-thirds of residents of the United States are classified as either overweight or obese. Keeping a healthy diet and being conscious of the health benefits of your food, such as kimchi, can be beneficial to promoting preventative care. Let’s find out what health benefits kimchi can bring to your table.

Gavin Oxley
Gavin Oxley9 Sep 2021
Independent Contractor vs Employee Checklist & Major Differences
Tips

Independent Contractor vs Employee Checklist & Major Differences

It’s essential to understand the differences between an independent contractor and an employee to make sure you’re not violating any laws or rules. There are various tax differences, legal benefits, and other factors that make the two very different. Below, we also outline a checklist that can help companies determine whether they are hiring an independent contractor or employee.

Alyssa Corso
Alyssa Corso14 Aug 2021
Getting Telemedicine in Texas: Laws, Rules, & Where to Find
Insights

Getting Telemedicine in Texas: Laws, Rules, & Where to Find

Telemedicine has been on the rise for the past few years because of the speed and flexibility to get access to basic health diagnoses from the convenience of your home. Through telemedicine, you can diagnose a cold, rash, mental or more. In Texas, it can be one of the most affordable options if you have simple care needs, but not all things can be diagnosed via telemedicine.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan7 Jul 2021
How to Hire Restaurant Employees in 4 Steps
Employer

How to Hire Restaurant Employees in 4 Steps

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly taken a toll on the restaurant industry. As states continue to open up, restaurant owners and managers are looking for ways to restore their workplace. The competition for employees is as fierce as ever, so in this article, we detail how to go about hiring employees to get your restaurant back on track.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan8 Feb 2022
Health Insurance for Remote Employees - 2021
Health Insurance

Health Insurance for Remote Employees - 2021

With demand for remote work that is higher than ever, employers are struggling to find ways to offer their remote workers health insurance across states, and sometimes countries. Offering health benefits for a remote workforce is becoming not only important but vital in keeping top talent, but it can be expensive and confusing to find a plan that could work for everyone.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks8 Nov 2021
Benefits To Offer Part-Time Employees
Employer

Benefits To Offer Part-Time Employees

Offering benefits to part-time employees is typically considered to be too expensive because of traditional health insurance. However, there are many benefits you can offer your part-time employees that are different and less expensive than that. Although employers are not obligated to offer any benefits in addition to standard pay, it can set your business apart from the competition during a very competitive hiring market.

Gavin Oxley
Gavin Oxley8 Feb 2022
How To Hire Part-Time Employees?
Tips

How To Hire Part-Time Employees?

The current job market is competitive, making it more difficult for employers to attract and hire the best, most qualified individuals. Understanding what tools are available and the general hiring process can give you the opportunity to offer opportunities and benefits that will make your job offer stand out. In this article, we’ll walk you through what could separate you from the competition.

Gavin Oxley
Gavin Oxley11 Oct 2021
Best Affordable Health Insurance Options - 2021
Health Insurance

Best Affordable Health Insurance Options - 2021

Health insurance continues to be an expensive undertaking in the U.S. for people who don’t get coverage from their employers. Finding an affordable option can be very difficult as even plan premiums after government tax credits can be hundreds of dollars per month for a family. Health insurance alternatives can be a good option for people who need affordable access to basic healthcare.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks7 Jul 2021
How Much Does Bloodwork Cost Without Insurance in 2022?
Wellness

How Much Does Bloodwork Cost Without Insurance in 2022?

The average cost of bloodwork without insurance is $432, but the price can range from $50 to upwards of $1,000 depending on what tests are performed. There are several ways to lower the cost of bloodwork, such as going to community health clinics or ordering at-home lab tests.

Jacqueline Slobin
Jacqueline Slobin17 Apr 2022