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Paul Banuski

Paul spent the first seven years of his career in the insurance industry before joining HR One, a full service payroll and human resource consulting firm, in 2013. When he isn’t trying to make sense of the latest employment regulations, he’s trying to make sense of his golf game.
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Recent Posts

5 Practical Ways to Save on Employee Benefit Costs

Posted by Paul Banuski on April 25, 2017

Top companies know that a competitive benefits package is foundational to a strong talent management strategy.

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10 Questions to Ask Before Launching a Workplace Wellness Program

Posted by Paul Banuski on April 13, 2017

The decision to start an employee wellness program requires a substantial commitment of both time and resources. Workplace wellness programs that start for the right reasons can transform your company culture and have a positive impact on the lives of employees and their families. To get you started on the right track - here is a list of questions every HR professional should ask before launching a wellness program. 

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Post Topics Workplace Wellness

Are You Missing This Required Benefit Document?

Posted by Paul Banuski on March 24, 2017

With the exception of government and faith-based organizational plans, most employers that offer employee welfare benefit plans are required to provide a Summary Plan Description (or SPD) to plan participants and beneficiaries, yet many organizations either don’t provide one or have one that contains outdated information.

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5 Things Employers Want from Their Benefits Broker

Posted by Paul Banuski on March 16, 2017

When it comes to selecting the best benefits broker for your organization, there are several factors to consider. It’s no secret that cost drives much of the decision-making. After all, you need to be able to afford the benefits you’re offering your employees. But there are additional factors that human resource professionals should consider when making the decision. These factors can be the difference between having a transactional relationship with the broker to a productive partnership that can prove valuable to both your bottom-line and your organization’s ability to attract and retain top talent.

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Bringing an Employee Back to Work After an Injury or Illness

Posted by Paul Banuski on March 9, 2017

It can be one of the most challenging scenarios a human resources department can face: Bringing an employee back to work after an injury or illness. Before getting your employee back on board, it’s important to make you’re following these simple steps.

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Post Topics Health & Safety