Put Your Benefits Offerings To Work - HR White Paper | benefitexpress

    With 95% of HR professionals stating healthcare is the most important benefit they can offer employees, the journey to improving employee — and ultimately patient — satisfaction can start with ensuring each employee has a positive experience when enrolling for their healthcare benefits. This includes everything from customized health plans to using the right technology to ease the burden of open enrollment.

    But is your organization poised to make the most of this opportunity?


    How Data Analytics Can Help Reposition Benefits Offerings

    Analytics from benefits administration data are beginning to be used in innovative ways that can make your job as a benefits broker easier, helping you:


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    Are Your Employees Getting the Best Bang for Their Benefit Dollars?

    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?


    Multi-Generational Benefit Offerings | benefitexpress

    Multi-Generational Benefit Offerings

    Benefit advisers and human resources professionals have a lot to consider when it comes to marrying technology to modern employee expectations on behalf of their clients or employees.


    How Benefits Technology Is Reshaping Employees' Buying Decisions

    Michael Sternklar, CEO of benefitexpress, addresses how benefits technology is changing the game by alleviating consumer challenges and offering employers customizable solutions.


    Targeting the Lifestyle Needs of Millennials During Benefits 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?