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Navigating Compliance Potholes
In 2018, Generation Z will be entering adulthood and the workforce. At the same time, baby boomers will continue to put off retirement. With four distinct generations - not to mention the diverse groups within each - in the workforce, employers are increasingly turning toward the flexibility of Consumer-Driven Health Plans. The "Cafeteria Plans" popularized in the 70s are making a comeback to address the needs of a wide range of employees. This flexible plan type can be a powerful retention tool for employers, but only if you successfully navigate common compliance issues. Compliance expert Larry Grudzien shared a roadmap to CDHP success.
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The benefits experts of our Executive Leadership Team have been in several industry publications this month. At the end of the year, we take time to reflect on our successes over the last 12 months and set our goals for the future. Our Chief Product Officer, Scott Evans, shared his insights into the highs and lows of the broker industry in 2017 with BenefitsPRO magazine. Scott also shared tips on leveraging technology to create a better benefits experience for the multigenerational workforce.
As we look toward 2018, we see benefits technology continuing to shape the employee experience. The right tools during open enrollment can influence buying behavior to increase financial and overall wellness for an organization as a whole. Our CEO, Michael Sternklar, shared with Employee Benefit News what those right tools would look like.