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Six of the most frequent areas that can cause issues or gaps in coverage when using a stop loss carrier.
How many times must it be said that you need to be aware (or beware) of what you post on social media? This is because your friends aren’t the only ones looking — so are your coworkers and maybe even your employer.
One of the most effective and least disruptive cost-saving strategies available to employers with 150 or more covered employees is self-funding your dental plan.
If you’re in a company that’s always competing for the latest and greatest talent pool of new employees, then you know how hard it is to stand out from the others.
A defined contribution plan provides an excellent way for employees to seamlessly save money for retirement.
Knowing your audience and leveraging the power of personalization will help you achieve success in strategic benefits communication.
Practically speaking, grandmothering provides some small employers the option to maintain a pre-ACA health plan.
Have you ever taken a quick 10-minute nap at work? Did you feel guilty about it or worry that you’d get caught?
It's important to look beyond price to ensure that your stop loss policy will give you peace of mind and avoid gaps in coverage.
A Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) is four page (double-sided) communication required by the federal government. It must contain specific information, in a specific order, and with a minimum size type, about a group health benefit's coverage and limitations.