If employees haven’t come to you with questions about the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) affect on them, get ready … they’re coming. Want to know what they’re going to ask?
Whether you want to continue to perfect your ability to give a great presentation before open enrollment season — or you need support from upper management to begin a new initiative, here are two techniques that’ll help:
You don’t have to search too hard to find doom and gloom about companies’ benefits and compensation outlook. But it’s critical not to let employees forget about good things that happen as you weather the economic storm.
Employers have less than a month to nail down just how many full-time employees they have before Obamacare’s employer mandate kicks in. The problem is, the law’s formula is tricky. To help with the math, 15-year benefits compliance vet Sheryl Southwick has some advice for employers.
Good benefits communication is more important than the actual benefits you offer – at least when it comes to employee satisfaction.
Looking for a little something extra to beef up your open enrollment materials? Then check this out.
One of the biggest challenges HR pros face is getting upper management to view them as trusted, vital partners – not a department that’s essentially an ever-expanding expense item and necessary evil.
Open enrollment is an important time of year, and it can also be confusing and a source of stress for employees.
One stat you’ll want to keep in mind when preparing for open enrollment: 76% of employees who make decisions about their benefits coverage say they’ve made mistakes selecting benefits options.
Considering the critical role Benefits plays for both employees and the companies looking to retain them, open enrollment is one of the biggest dates on the company calendar.
As HR pros immerse themselves in negotiating plan changes for this year’s open enrollment, it’s critical to keep these new 2018 regulation changes front and center. To help, here’s a checklist of changes you’ll need to be aware of when making plan-design moves:
Good news: The major changes the feds recently proposed to the Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) statements won’t be finalized until at least 2016.
Almost as important as the benefits offerings you use to drive retention and attract talent are, equally as important is how you communicate those benefits to your staff. Yet, this is an area in which it’s easy to fall short — and to help ensure that doesn’t happen to you, wellness and health management software maker Keas […]
The days of sending packets of benefits info to people’s homes are over.
To either help you decide how to adjust your benefit offerings this open enrollment season or justify some of the decisions you’ve already made, here’s a look at what other employers are doing with dependent health coverage.
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