Rachel Bolsu

Rachel Bolsu

Rachel Bolsu is a Content Marketing Specialist at Namely, the all-in-one HR, payroll, and benefits platform built for today’s employees. Connect with Rachel and the Namely team on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

Recent Articles

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How to Help Employees Cope with Depression at Work

Mental health has become an increasingly important piece of the ever-evolving benefits puzzle. 

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5 Ways to Engage Your Remote Workforce

Modern technology has paved the way for remote work to flourish, be it in the form of telecommuting, multistate employment, or an entirely remote workforce. While the advantages of remote work are numerous, HR teams often struggle with keeping these employees engaged and integrated with the company culture. Overcome those challenges with these five tips.

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Introducing Namely’s New Voluntary Worksite Benefits Offering

As summer draws to a close, HR professionals across the country are preparing for open enrollment. Top-notch benefits have become more important than ever to attract and retain top talent. In our recent open enrollment survey, Namely found that the vast majority of employees would give up novel perks for better benefits. However, most employees don’t want to pay higher premiums. So how can you provide high quality, affordable plans? Namely has teamed up with major insurance carriers to help companies do just that.

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How to Increase Employee NPS

When presenting to your board, leadership team, or even workforce, it’s helpful to have one datapoint to sum up the overall sentiment of the company. Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) is an extremely helpful metric on overall employee engagement, but in order to drive it up, you need to know exactly what’s going on in the company.

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6 Reasons to Prioritize Corporate Social Responsibility

In an era where both employees and consumers are giving more weight than ever to a company’s mission and ethics, corporate social responsibility has become a staple of modern company culture. Between paid “VTO” or volunteer time off, team volunteer days, and company-wide fundraisers, employees have come to expect a level of support for their charitable initiatives.

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Right to Disconnect: 11 Ways to Support Employees

With the prevalence of technology, there is rarely an email, chat message, or notification that goes by unnoticed. Flexible scheduling and remote teams necessitate communications at all hours of the day and night. As a result, the traditional boundaries of being on and off the clock are much harder to decipher.

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What's Your HR Superpower?

Not all superheroes wear capes, and when it comes to the workplace HR professional are often an unsung hero. Just like the superheroes in comics, HR heroes play an important role in keeping employees happy and protected. Whether each day's villain wears the mask of time constraints, limited resources, or broken processes, HR is well equipped for the task!

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How to Talk About Diversity at Work

“Diversity is defined by who sits at the table, while inclusion is which voices get heard,” says Jamie Velazquez, Ph.D and Director of Staff Development at Crittenton Services for Children and Families. Diversity has become a top priority at the individual, corporate, and national scale, and Namely’s recent Diversity Report reveals several trends around implicit bias in the workplace.

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Beyond Perks: How to Uplevel Your Benefits Package

The field of human resources is changing. In our HR Redefined series, we give innovators a medium to share personal reflections, professional advice, and best practice guidance.

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Namely’s Diversity Report Identifies Barriers to Equal Pay

For HR, building a workplace culture of inclusivity and equality is a worthy goal—but as Namely’s latest Workplace Diversity Report reveals, the goal is a lofty one. While much conversation focuses on equal pay, and the oft-repeated stat that women make only 80 cents for every dollar made by their male counterparts,  we identified other key areas of inequality: employee recognition and mobility.

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