The pandemic has uprooted almost every aspect of life and business. While social distancing, stay-at-home orders, and working from home strategies may end soon, the effects of COVID-19 on employee health and benefits plans won’t be going away any time soon.
Listen to this podcast as Brent Bennett, Executive Vice President, Employee Benefits Practice Leader, Hub International discusses practical insights and tips from a broker in the field on trends in benefits planning and technology, strategies for year-round benefits communications and the role benefits play in corporate culture.
In a world where identity theft affects as much as one third of Americans and over 500 million passwords have been exposed in data breaches, identity theft and cybercrime pose both a risk to employees and therefore their employers as well.
In this interactive webcast panel, Stinson LLP attorneys Tom Dowling (Employee Benefits), Scott Hecht (Commercial Insurance) and Steve Cosentino (Data Breach and Information Technology) will discuss some of the key challenges that HR leaders face to attract, retain, and engage workers.
Whether facing a complex medical condition, questioning an existing diagnosis, or deciding on the right treatment, the interaction with a physician and a recommendation from a leading expert can make all the difference.
Join us for a conversation with Tom Flavin, Head of Distribution, Employee Benefits, at Equitable. We discuss recent employer research on benefits technology integration and trends in benefits that brokers should be thinking about today and for the future.
To get an in-depth understanding of the value of simplifying benefits technology as well as the awareness, perceptions and interest in integrated solutions, Equitable commissioned Arizent Research/Employee Benefit News to conduct a survey of HR professionals with decision-making responsibility for EB technology. Download this white paper to learn about the survey findings and other insights.
The promises of telemedicine are many: expanded care for remote employees, enhanced access for super users like the chronically ill and new parents, lower episodic care costs, and enhanced healthcare benefits packages to recruit and retain top talent.
Employers are looking to use technology to manage employee benefits, but can struggle to make the best choices about which technology solutions to leverage. According to a recent study commissioned by Equitable and conducted by Arizent Research/Employee Benefit News, HR professionals who have implemented an integrated software solution are using a variety of sources to make their decisions: