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Some companies, persuaded by data linking better employee health and better company performance, will report on workforce health just as they do financials.
It's that time of year again for annual enrollment. As an employer, have you made a good decision?
Here are ways to help your employees choose the best health insurance options.
While UnitedHealth said it may pull out of the unprofitable market, Aetna said its business has performed as expected and profitability could improve next year.
Many employers are doing better at offering benefit options than they are helping employees decide which best meet their needs.
The Affordable Care Act requires complex calculations to avoid substantial penalties.
In the do-it-yourself, tech-heavy age of the millennials, it's time to re-think your approach to benefits.
Ample benefits are a lure to top talent, yet research shows employees often don't take full advantage of what's offered.
With employers facing new Affordable Care Act reporting requirements in 2016, one human-resources tech company is automating the process.
With costs rising precariously, employees must become more savvy consumers. Employers can help.
The Affordable Care Act has made it possible for smaller businesses to offer health insurance but nothing about it is simple.
Control What You Can
Younger workers, unsurprisingly, are less likely to demand health insurance than older workers but don't overlook their birthdays.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Doing more than the minimum for workers and the environment has paid off handsomely for many well-known businesses.
A patient communication campaign is required if every member of team is to make well-informed choices about benefits.
Health insurance -- or health care coverage -- was affected by the Affordable Care Act that was passed in 2010 with the following rollout of key initiatives, including mandatory health care coverage for all U.S. citizens and legal residents and making it illegal for insurers to reject applicants based on predetermined health conditions. The law also requires small business owners with 50 or more full-time employees to offer their employees health insurance.
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