We hope you’re registered to join us for the fourth annual Human Resource Executive Health & Benefits Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, March 30–April 1. You’ll leave this conference with a slew of valuable insights, but if you still need convincing, read on for three key reasons you won’t want to miss it.
Eight seconds. That’s how long you have to grab people’s attention before they start to tune you out. Taking a page from best practices for marketing, our newest resource, Strengthen Your Benefits Communication, shows you how to capture attention and drive engagement.
We are so grateful to work with incredible organizations that understand how investing in benefits communication improves their businesses. The results we create together are outstanding, yet most organizations continue to neglect communication and employee education. We wish everyone embraced these three truths about employee benefits communication.
There’s never been a more exciting time to be in the employee benefits industry. Big changes are being driven by regulation, changing employee needs, and the economy. Our six predictions for 2016 highlight what we see on the horizon in terms of forward-thinking benefits design and communication.
No, that’s not a typo. And no, you haven’t been transported back to the 11th century. We’re talking about the season’s hottest tax form: the 1095.
We’re passionate about what we do, and we’re always looking for opportunities to share our experience and knowledge with benefit pros so they can be even more successful.
As you prepare for the new year, keep these helpful resources in mind. They will help you get started on the right note in 2016.
What an action-packed year 2015 has been! Constant news and developments have kept benefits pros working overtime.
This is a roundup of some of the articles you may have missed—or meant to come back to at some point during the year. Coverage includes our blog, industry press, and articles we were thrilled to pen for publications like Forbes and HR Executive.
While this is just a sampling from 2015, we hope these articles are helpful resources as you reflect on your successes of the past year and look forward to what's ahead in 2016.
Hot on the heels of annual enrollment, your next benefits communication challenge is just around the corner. In a few months, you’ll need to send employees the 1095 Form, required under the Affordable Care Act as a way for Americans to show proof of health coverage to the IRS. As we researched the form and its complexities, we found five ways the 1095 Form reminds us of Halloween.