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MS-UK’s web chat service

Web chat facilities are becoming more popular as a way of communicating and giving people more choice in the way they wish to do so. It opens up the support we can provide to a much wider reach. 238 more words


Understanding Your Audience is Key When Communicating Employee Benefits Programs

…So this evening I read a really interesting predictions piece from Josh Bersin here and want to share an interesting takeaway that from it (see page #8, excerpt below): 380 more words


UIndy: Unique Financial Opportunities (Pt. 1)

UIndy has a great benefits package!  As this is now open enrollment season, I felt it was a great time to create a series of posts (will be 4 total) to help you to better understand your benefits and to explain some of the different options that you have. 965 more words

Financial Planning

Just breathe!

Breathing. Most of us never think about this activity. But when life sneaks up on you and your world becomes a stressful place, then you might want to think about breathing. 231 more words

Terre Haute

Drop-in session at Colchester Library

Following our very successful drop in sessions at Halstead, Braintree and Witham libraries earlier this year, we are going to be on ‘home turf’ by visiting the library in Colchester on 27 January 2016. 175 more words


The new fit for work tests are not fit for purpose – and at a rising cost

Only a week into the new year, pity Iain Duncan Smith and his bid to reform Britain’s so-called sick note culture. This morning, the National Audit Office announced that spending on contracts for disability benefit assessments is expected to double in 2016/17 compared with 2014/15. 181 more words


When Your Service to Customers Fails, What Do You Do?

I have written before about customer service (see here and here). This post is written from the point of view of a customer, but is intended to make service providers think about their systems. 845 more words