Establish Workplace Wellness Programs That Don’t Break Your Budget
Workplace wellness doesn't need to include an investment in a state-of-the-art gym for your employees, and you don't have to…Continue reading
Detect Insurance Fraud to Keep Costs Low
Insurance fraud is a billion-dollar problem, and it affects businesses of all sizes. Even though you want to think the best…Continue reading
Meet the Top Health Care Influencers on Social Media
Health care is an increasingly popular topic on social media. Although posts by doctors, policy experts and patient…Continue reading
Health Insurance Plans: 7 Most Common Myths
You may think that you have the ins and outs of health insurance plans all figured out, but you'd be surprised at the number…Continue reading
Setting Up a Health Insurance Benefits Meeting for Employees
If you've recently offered new health insurance benefits to employees or you wish to refresh them on the benefits that they…Continue reading
Employee Assistance Programs: Are They Worthwhile?
Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are confidential services that are typically offered by third parties, such as health…Continue reading
Wearable Tech and Your Employees: Can the Apple Watch Transform Your Company?
Wearable tech and fitness trackers have been around for the better part of a decade, becoming a $330 million industry in…Continue reading
How to Effortlessly Communicate Benefits to Your Employees
"I didn't have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead." — Mark Twain Good communications aren't…Continue reading
Do Part-Time Jobs With Benefits Make Sense for Your Business?
Providing part-time jobs with benefits has been a strategic method for keeping companies competitive. Under the Affordable…Continue reading
Compliance With the Affordable Care Act as Your Headcount Changes
The Affordable Care Act requires that all businesses with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees (FTEs) offer health…Continue reading
Complementing Your Benefits Package With Employee Incentives
The Affordable Care Act encourages employers to offer incentive-based programs alongside the standard benefits package of…Continue reading
Communicating Health Care Options to Your Employees
As an employer of 50–99 employees, you are required to provide employer-sponsored health care options for your employees…Continue reading