Millennials and Benefit Enrollment | benefitexpress

    What You Need to Knows About Millennials and Benefit Enrollment

    Based on a State of the Workplace report by benefitexpress, millennials — which make up the majority of the workforce today — chose healthcare as the most important employer benefit; however, they have fundamentally different expectations than their baby boomer coworkers. For example, millennials’ health insurance concerns are mainly financial, compared to boomers’ whose top healthcare questions focus on treatments and rising healthcare risks.


    Use Decision Support Tools - Improve Employee Satisfaction

    The open enrollment process can be confusing, and oftentimes employees select the lowest cost plan with the highest deductible thinking they’re going to save money on their health benefits.


    The M&A Boom: How Technology Helps to Harmonize

    2018 is poised to be another big year for mergers and acquisitions across industries. Nestle just picked Ferrero to buy its U.S. confection business, Lennar recently merged with CalAtlantic to create the country's largest home builder and CVS just acquired Aetna for $69 billion. The sizes and shapes of these organizations greatly varies, but the challenge for many human resource professionals will remain the same: After the dust of the M&A settles, how do we effectively consolidate disparate benefit management processes while maintaining a consistent, effortless experience for employees?