Slideshow EBA's 10 must-read lists of 2016

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  • December 12 2016, 11:51am EST

EBA's 10 must-read lists of 2016

The most-viewed slideshows of the year focused on everything from employee benefit innovators to states with the worst healthcare.

10) The 50 biggest benefit brokerages in the large-group market, part 2

Employee Benefit Adviser, in partnership with business intelligence data analytics firm miEdge, presented the 2016 list of the top employee benefit brokerages in the country, ranked exclusively on health and welfare revenue. Revealed in descending order, the list was based on Form 5500 reporting data as of Aug. 31.

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9) 25 companies that pay the best wages

Glassdoor’s latest report revealed that several companies are offering employees six figure paychecks, including commissions, tips, bonuses, etc.

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8) 50 leaders who are transforming benefits – Part 2 of 2

The Dig|Benefits Technology Innovator Awards recognized 50 visionaries who are driving technology innovation, overcoming organizational and technology barriers, deploying leading-edge technology, and shaping benefit technology regulation and policy.

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7) 2016's best places to work - Part 1

Glassdoor’s annual list of best places to work in 2016 identifies companies that received high marks for pay, perks and for having collaborative work cultures that recognize workers’ value.

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6) 11 top voluntary benefit carriers

Brokers share their go-to supplemental sales partners, including Aflac and Unum, in EBA’s annual voluntary benefits survey. The June survey polled 231 advisers and asked them to share which vendors they most like to work with.

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5) 20 crazy benefits offered by employers

Gone are the days when job seekers were happy to simply get hired. Now, top-tier talent can negotiate for — and get — some pretty cool perks from their jobs, says Jennifer Parris of FlexJobs. She shared a few unique employee benefits offered by companies.

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4) 25 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising

From CEOs, to vice presidents to hard-working associates and IT specialists, EBA’s 2016 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising are 25 leaders who stood out among a highly qualified field of dozens of online nominees.

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3) 25 highest paying jobs in the U.S.

The online career site Glassdoor released its annual report top 25 highest paying jobs, providing benefit advisers and employers insight into what industries are paying some of their top performers.

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2) Top employer-provided benefits of 2016

Company perks are becoming a key tool for employers to attract and retain top talent. Job site Glassdoor shared this list of some of the best employer-sponsored benefits currently on the market that can give other companies a better idea of what workers want most.

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1) 10 states with the worst healthcare

For many employers, both large and small, being knowledgeable about regional challenges can give a company an edge when it comes to choosing policies. Wallethub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 29 key metrics — ranging from “average monthly insurance premium” to “number of physicians per capita” to “percentage of adults and children with health-insurance coverage.” These 10 states face some of the toughest healthcare challenges.

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