This white paper defines health care transparency and outlines its rapid evolution. Learn the three things your company can do now to start providing health care transparency to your employees:
This annual Optum tracking study fielded among HR professionals from small, medium and large organizations offers an in-depth look at wellness program penetration, administration, incentives, current trends and success metrics as reported by 500 HR professionals across the country.
Did you know the cost of obtaining a college education is escalating, and most employees cant afford the upfront cost of tuition? Many employees turn to their employers to fund their educational endeavor, and although tuition reimbursement programs are on the rise, employees are still struggling financially. This brief white paper Knowledge Is Power explores how employers can provide educational services as a new, much-needed voluntary benefit that complements tuition reimbursement, without incurring any additional cost. It also discusses the pay-off for employers who offer this educational services benefit and its ability to power employees to a better life.
Is your current outplacement service ineffective in helping transitioned employees find a job and too costly to offer to everyone? Recent survey findings have revealed a big gap - individuals who benefit the most from outplacement services may not be receiving them. And, the ones who are dont get what they need to quickly find a job. Organizations that continue to rely on traditional brick and mortar or limited virtual solutions are spending a lot of money, not helping their transitioning employees, and risking brand damage. A cost-effective outplacement program that leverages intelligent social networking and other capabilities is the answer. To learn more, please read our new whitepaper: How to Improve Outplacement with Intelligent Social Networking: 10 Key Attributes of an Effective Outplacement Program.
The Changing Face of Disability whitepaper covers how the world of disability is changing and what customers can do to implement effective return to work/stay at work strategies. The paper covers the different reasons people are filing disability claims and how they have become more complex. Also addressed are actions employers can take to help prevent disabilities and presenteeism.
Many employers have embraced high-deductible health plans as a successful strategy to both engage employees in their own health care and help control costs. But apprehension can linger among some employees, particularly around the potential financial impact of these plans. One cure? Adding voluntary benefits. By providing direct cash benefits, these plans can give employees the financial cushion they need to embrace high-deductible plans. Find out how adding voluntary plans to your consumerism strategy can drive enrollment and engagement.
This white paper is one in a series of regular reports that draws upon the Employee Benefit Leadership Forum, a research panel drawn from the subscriber base of EBN and EBA, made up of HR and benefits decision makers, benefit brokers and consultants who have knowledge about and influence over the HR/benefit industry. The report also represents the results of a syndicated research initiative in partnership with the benefit companies Unum and Colonial Life.
Health benefits often play a pivotal role in attracting and keeping the best talent. But rising medical costs and sharper regulation make it difficult to offer quality, affordable coverage. How are your peers responding? What are their key strategies for 2013 and beyond? To find out, download this landmark EBN survey of over 500 benefits, HR and financial professionals now.
This white paper is the first in a series of quarterly reports that draw upon the Employee Benefit Leadership Forum, a research panel drawn from the subscriber base of Employer Benefit News and Employee Benefit Advisor, comprised of HR and benefits decision makers, benefit brokers and consultants who have knowledge about and influence over the HR/benefit industry. The report also represents the results of a syndicated research initiative in partnership with the benefit companies Unum and Colonial Life.
Rising healthcare costs, an aging population, and a shift towards individual responsibility are all factors shaping the retiree healthcare landscape today. Learn how to cut costs and still take care of your retirees with a group model becoming that is becoming increasingly unsustainable.