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Disability will impact nearly 1 in 5 people in the United States, and half of those disabilities will be severe. What happens when you become disabled? Will you be able to live a normal life? Take care of your responsibilities? Work? These are the questions that cross everyone's mind when faced with a disability.
Successfully getting your employees enrolled in their insurance should be a top priority. Employee benefits, health insurance in particular, is still the single best way to attract new talent and retain the employees you have. Studies show that the majority of employees consider benefits very important when searching for a job, and a vast majority would prefer better benefits over a pay raise. Considering how much stock employees place in benefits, it's important to get it right.
Talking about employee benefits engagement often elicits little more than a yawn from employees. Honestly, you might be yawning yourself right now! Even though it isn't the most exciting topic, benefits engagement is something that's vitally important to both your business and your employees. The question is: how can you effectively communicate this to your employees?
You can't force your employees to make the right financial decisions, but you can point them in the right direction. It's not just good for your employees either. Stressed employees are bad for business and finances are a huge source of stress. That's why it's so important to teach your employees about the fundamental concepts of financial wellness.
In continuing our discussion of healthcare and how businesses can keep their health insurance spending in check, we want to discuss a conference that was recently given at a CFO forum in Pennsylvania. You can read a detailed account of this conference here but for now we want to focus on the main idea they presented: group health insurance purchasing alliances, and how this may enable you, as the employer, to take back control of your group’s health plan spend.
One of the largest issues concerning healthcare spend is the lack of transparency with pharmacy purchases. Savvy consumers are looking for answers and as a result, industry players such as Pharmacy Benefit Managers are coming under scrutiny. Even with the focus of lawmakers and industry experts however, most employers are not aware of the Pharmacy Benefit Managers and their significant contribution to the rising cost of their group health insurance premiums.
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