Three Reasons Employees are Dissatisfied with Open Enrollment

    Employees Remain Unsatisfied with Open Enrollment     Don’t frustrate your employees during open enrollment with: Constant plan changes Sometimes a plan change is needed. However, jumping from carrier to carrier and annually switching plan offerings isn’t a long-term solution to rising healthcare costs. Confusing benefits information HR and brokers understand health and other forms of insurance, but... Read More

The High Price of Healthcare Illiteracy

The High Price of Healthcare Illiteracy According to a recent Aflac survey, more than half of employees say they don’t understand their health insurance policies, and two-thirds of respondents somewhat agreed they would be unable to adjust to the large financial costs of serious illness or injury.  While insurance can’t predict the future, having adequate insurance and knowing how to... Read More

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In 2015, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) researchers found that the prevalence of obesity among adults aged eighteen and up in the United States passed 30% for the first time in the history of the National Health Interview Survey.   Much like turning 30 years old, when by virtue of age you have to be a responsible adult... Read More