Benefits Technology Today: What Makes a Successful HR Pro

Written by Christine Frisch | July 25, 2018

Successful human resources pros possess a variety of noteworthy strengths, but in today’s technology-enabled HR services industry, perhaps their greatest skill of all is the ability to alleviate challenges and offer customizable solutions to employees who are selecting benefits plans.

Having spent three decades in this space, Michael Sternklar, chief executive officer and chairman at benefitexpress, offers perspective on how to use benefits technology to reshape employees buying decisions and take your HR game to the next level.

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Webinar | From Analysis to Action: How Personalization Can Lower Employer Costs and Reinforce Your Role as a Trusted Adviser

Written by benefitexpress | July 10, 2018

Personalization is everywhere – from Amazon to Spotify, and is now the expectation for consumers. Personalization in benefits elections is also the new normal, thanks to decision support tools and data analytics. Modern decision support tools draw on data points including demographics, preferences and medical need, all highly relevant towards personalization ... as opposed to the "one-size fits all" modeler of the past that relied on strict business rules.

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How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Aid Employee Benefits Selections

Written by Korrie Bird | June 20, 2018

Most employers recognize the critical role that benefits play in employee recruitment and retention. They’ve responded to the ever-growing benefits demand by bolstering offerings and ensuring access to the best options.

That means employees now have more benefit opportunities at their fingertips than ever before. While that’s great news, it creates a big challenge for HR professionals. 

How do you educate and guide employees to make the best decisions for their unique life situations?

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Help Employees Choose Health Insurance With Decision Support Tools

Written by Allison Loehman | May 24, 2018

For HR professionals, if your organization offers a high-deductible health plan (HDHP), chances are you've experienced a variety of conversations with confused employees who eagerly signed up for the HDHP in hopes of reducing costs, but were not prepared for the reality of out-of-pocket expenses they are now facing.

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