Why? Because the stock market is up.
Nearly 7,000 businesses in the U.S. have employee stock ownership plans or ESOPs.
A new study says they help employee retention, but not employee health.
More employers offer repayment assistance as millennial workforce grows.
Employers can give employees bigger discounts on health care if they participate in wellness programs. But what if instead of gym memberships and health surveys, those programs handed out devices that tracked your every step?
Will 401(k)s, health care plans, and vacation time benefit at all from the improving job market in 2013? Marketplace economics correspondent Chris Farrell takes a look at possible changes to employee benefits in the year ahead.