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Typically when we think of employer wellness programs, we think of things like biometric screenings and health risk assessments.  But recent research shows that financial worries are a top stressor in many Americans’ lives.  
 
At first glance, the financial problems of the workforce may seem of a personal nature and not a corporate one.  Employers might be wary of legal issues and privacy concerns.  However there is a compelling argument for employers to include financial health in their wellness programs:  employee financial woes are costing companies money. 
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 18:59

HRIS Technology: To Digital Infinity and Beyond

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Habits are hard to kick and people are hesitant to change, but it’s no secret that HR functions are leaving the paper-based world and moving digital.  Digital signatures, cloud computing and online benefits platforms are areas we are seeing most HR professionals gravitating towards.  The major reasons we are seeing this transition from manual to digital processes is for increased efficiency, employee engagement, and bottom line cost savings.  
Monday, 18 September 2017 18:51

Mandatory Compliance Notice Due October 15th

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Do you know if your employer prescription benefits are creditable when compared Medicare Part D benefits? Are you informing your plan participants of the plan’s status on an annual basis? 
 
The Medicare Part D Notice is just one of the many compliance responsibilities to which most employer health plans are subject. 
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 18:41

Have you updated your CHIP notice?

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The U.S. Department of Labor has released an updated Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) model notice.  When was the last time you updated your required Annual Notices? Why does this matter?
Tuesday, 29 August 2017 11:16

Making Wellness Wearables Work

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Employers are constantly looking for ways to create effective, value-driven wellness programs for employees.  Wearables, such as various Fitbits (Charge 2, Blaze and Alta HR) and the Garmin Vivoactive, or watches from Apple or Samsung, have become a common motivational tool for employers who are implementing wellness programs. 

A recent survey conducted by Springbuk found that 35 percent of employers are currently using wearable devices. 
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