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More Move to Self-Funding

The Employee Benefit Research Institute reports that nearly 20% of mid-sized employers made the jump to self-insurance from 2013 to 2015. A major attraction is the availability of data and analytics, enabling the employer to learn how healthcare dollars are being spent. 34 more words

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Student loan repayment will become a hot employee benefit

Students loans had become a national problem in recent years. According to the Federal Bank of Cleveland, there were approximately total $1.2 trillion of outstanding student debts in the end of 2015, and student loans interests are not low. 159 more words


Most Luxurious Employee Benefits For Dining Out

Showing your employees they are cherished for their loyalty and productivity has never been easier since The Luxury Restaurant Guide launched the country’s largest dedicated diners club for the leading restaurants to the b2b community in December 2016. 261 more words


Are You Dependent on your Employer-Provided Life Insurance Coverage?

Many of those whom I have approached, particularly those who are currently employed, have this common excuse for not buying a life insurance plan:

“But I’m already insured under our Group Life Insurance Plan. 1,069 more words

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My First Life Insurance Policy

At age 23, I applied for my own life insurance policy.

An insurance agent from Ayala Life, Tita Mely, was a frequent visitor in our office. 685 more words

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Looking for a Unique Employee Gift?

Every year, selected employees are tasked with finding that unique gift for employees during the Holiday season.  It is especially difficult to find something that is valuable to most employees while working within a limited budget. 136 more words

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The future of employee benefits (guest blog from Matthew Masters)

Have you wondered what the future of employee benefit consulting holds in a world where 1.5 million employers will have workplace pensions?

One thing’s for certain, with all those employers there will always be employees. 536 more words