We rounded up a list of articles to help you understand your benefits package so that you can get back to work and impress your new colleagues. Because life and work are hard enough.
The basics can be tricky, too. Here’s how to read those big manuals.
You should thoroughly read your first few paychecks. It’s a good idea to look over it to make sure you’re getting everything you’re owed and that you understand what exactly you’re making.
It’s important to understand what your options are and pick the insurance plan that’s best for you since everyone’s health and insurance offerings are different.
Cue eye roll — but it’s really never too early to start thinking about retirement. There are three main types of accounts that can help you save for retirement. Here’s your guide on which one is best for you and your specific financial situation.
When is too soon too soon? Here’s everything you need to know about when it’s appropriate to ask for days off. Company culture can be tricky to figure out in the beginning.
Does your new office offer unlimited paid time off? Sounds perfect, right? Keep on reading.
Working from home may not work for everyone. We have some tips for how to make your home office not feel like a PJ party.
The faster you understand what your office has to offer, the faster you will thrive at your job. There’s no time like the present to enjoy your unique employee experience.