Elizabeth Halkos

In the past several years, Elizabeth has become a strong and influential leader in the field of voluntary benefits. She has been instrumental to the rapid growth and success of Atlanta-based Purchasing Power, and as an expert in the voluntary benefits industry has been featured in magazines such as Benefits Selling, Employee Benefit Advisor, Employee Benefit News, Health Insurance Underwriter and VoluntaryBenefitsMagazine.com.

She has written and spoken on topics including “The Evolution of Voluntary Benefits,” “Communicating a Benefits Strategy” and “Voluntary Benefits as a Retention Strategy.” Elizabeth was a presenter at the Benefits Selling Expo in Nashville in April 2011 and the EBA Summit in Dallas in September 2011. She has conducted numerous webinars for brokers and employers to educate them on voluntary benefits trends and improving communications of benefits in the workplace.

Financial Wellness

Credit (Reality) Check: Employee Wellness Extends To Financial Health

Unexpected expenses are a part and parcel of life and you never know which appliance or product will break down. All these unexpected billing adds up extra stress on the employee and puts them in a financial crunch especially for paycheck employees.

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Elizabeth Halkos

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October 2, 2017

Mental & Behavioral Health

The Power of Vacation in Employee Wellness

Vacation plays an important role in the employees career, as rested employees are more productive employees. Vacation can reduce stress, help prevent burnout and promote work-life balance by allowing for more time to be spent with family.

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Elizabeth Halkos

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March 28, 2017

Business of Well-being

Employee Discount and Purchase Programs - A Smart Employee Benefits Strategy

As the impact of financial stress has on employee productivity and well-being, employers are searching for wellness options. There is no doubt that employees need some assistance with their financial matters.

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Elizabeth Halkos

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June 29, 2016

Financial Wellness

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

Faced with uncertainty, the knowledge that budgets will not be increased to cover current healthcare plans in the future. More HR professionals are looking for voluntary benefits to create a robust benefits package.

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Elizabeth Halkos

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January 29, 2014