Recognizing that you are into a Strategic vs Transactional solution means positive change is around the corner.
While self-funding a medical plan is (almost) always a wise financial decision, it does present challenges and new opportunities to direct the course your plan will take.
As we reach the halfway point in the year, you may be seeing signs of your team starting to flag.
Whether it is caused by internal or external factors is irrelevant. The real question is how do you lift your workers out of the mid-year blues?
There are a few methods available that can break the monotony and inject fresh impetus into your company’s efforts…
With Great Resignation and talent shortage on the market that happened less than a year ago, it’s especially important to make sure your company doesn’t have extra expenses on new talent acquisition, etc.
SHRM, The Society for Human Resource Management reported that on average it costs a company 6 to 9 months of an employee’s salary to replace him or her. For an employee making $80,000 per year, that comes out to $30,000-$45,000 in recruiting and training costs.
There are a couple of other numbers that you should consider.
According to Zippia – The Career Expert agency that performs research – U.S. workers have an average tenure of about 4.1 years with a single employer.
It is spring and the Oak tree Helicopters are back and into my pool here in Kentucky, and buddy it is a pain to clean those out of the skimmer. As I was busy doing it, a great analogy came to mind…
Not only do most employers swim in polluted healthcare pools, but they choose to! So when did it all go wrong? How did Fully Insured carriers hypnotize the entire market into believing that choosing the “least bad increase” is a win? And most importantly – how did they turn it into the only available option?
In these series of articles and videos I tend to debunk the myth of healthcare, and give employers and their teams a chance to get measurable, predictable, and repeatable results from their healthcare plan.
Over ninety percent of the country uses some form of health insurance. As a business owner, you could be mistaken into thinking that it is always a high-value proposition. More and more people are complaining every year about health insurance. Why is that, and what can you do about it?
Let’s talk about what needs to happen to improve healthcare and its associated costs.Read More
The responsibility of the business owner to its team is a massive undertaking. They have family members, hardships, and expectations, like their staff. As a business owner, you understand both weights. The former is that your organization can actually afford health insurance. The latter, how crucial it is to have accessible, solid coverage for your team.
Employers everywhere are paying more out of pocket for healthcare because of their lack of a proper healthcare partner. Healthcare partners lead by example and strive to empower all businesses. They are at the helm of providing person-centered care and clinical support through health insurance.
If you’re wondering how to choose a healthcare partner and how to save money on healthcare partners, we’ve got you covered.