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Voluntary Benefits and Corporate Wellness

Making the Most of Voluntary Benefit Offerings in the Employee Benefits Package

Employees are taking on more financial responsibility for their benefits, and they have more interest than ever before in acquiring benefits that work best for them. For employers, voluntary benefits offer an option to employees where they can choose products…

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The Power Of Wellness Education

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Column

The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress has trained and educated thousands of insurance agents and brokers, human resource professionals and related…

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Breathing Life (Insurance) Into the Forgotten Generation

Tom Morey - in Others

Brokers and agents face a unique set of market dynamics, many of which pose a threat to their financial livelihood.

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A Fresh Look At Voluntary Benefits

Barbara Howe - in Others

Employers face multiple challenges in providing competitive benefits – rising medical costs, a difficult economic environment, and uncertainty concerning the impact of last year’s health care reform law.

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Recruiting, Retaining & Rejuvenating Employees: Incentivize Top Talent with Voluntary Benefits

Elizabeth Halkos - in Economics

Faced with uncertainty about the potential effects healthcare reform will have on employee benefits,

The Challenge of Product Development for Voluntary Benefits

The Challenge of Product Development for Voluntary Benefits

Roger Schultz - in Others

A speaker at a recent Voluntary Employee Benefits Board conference pleaded with attendees to take a fresh look at their product development processes and commit to significantly improve them.

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Why Long Term Care Insurance?

Jim Del Vecchio, JD - in Others

When we examine the voluntary benefits landscape, certain features rise to the obvious. For example, few voluntary participants doubt the desirability,

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How Can Brokers Survive Healthcare Reform?

Adam Bruckman - in News & Insights

Health care reform has America’s employers scrambling to ensure they will be in compliance, scratching their heads about certain provisions and secretly wondering if their company is prepared for what comes next.

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Gain a Competitive Edge with Critical Illness

TJ Gibb - in Column

According to a 2009 study by Harvard researchers, 62 percent of personal bankruptcies in the United States in 2007 were caused by health problems and 78% of those filers had health insurance.

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Open Enrollment Effectiveness Crucial in Curbing Workers’ Costly Benefit Mistakes

Ron Agypt - in Economics

Open enrollment this year might prove to be more confusing for workers than ever before and could result in added costly mistakes when it comes to benefit decisions.

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Corporate Wellness Conference Agenda and Participant List Announced

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

This year we have worked extremely hard to totally redesign this years Corporate Wellness Conference and Employer Healthcare Congress.

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Discount Dental Plans and Employee Health

Nicole Ropiza - in Selling & Marketing

Studies and word-of-mouth in recent years have brought much needed attention to the connection between dental care and a person’s overall health.