Finding the right benefits balance is a matter of steady improvement – not instant perfection. The Executive Summary of the 2018 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey provides data and insights that help guide you to better outcomes through better benchmarking.
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There were a number of regulatory developments in 2018 that impact employer-sponsored health and welfare plans. Our 1-hour recorded webinar provides a high level overview of those developments along with a quick look at what lies ahead.
Cline Young writes, “When it comes to small employers, the challenges amount to education, continued communication and restating the facts over and over even when it seems clear everyone has it down. Getting more people involved is better…” Updated October 1, 2018
With a focus on all things internal communication — including top priorities, common challenges, and effective channels — the 2018 State of the Sector offers insights into the current status, future direction and value of employee communication.
Elevate internal communication in your organization to improve workplace culture, hiring and retention rates, and business outcomes. Get the benchmarks you need to build world-class employee experiences in 2018 State of the Sector infographic.
At annual enrollment HR must communicate with employees and complete a variety of administrative activities in a very short time. Our 1-hour recorded webinar is designed to help HR professionals with this year’s annual enrollment process.
With the right executive benefits plan, organizations can reduce risk and generate income while retaining and rewarding their leadership teams. In this complimentary webinar, TJ Telford, Area Vice President, National Executive Benefits Practice, will explain how tax-advantaged plans help mitigate reputation risk on the organization’s 990 and can generate income for the organization when leveraging the proper tax code and plan design.
George Chirayil and Tom Telford discuss solutions for closing compensation gaps and securing talent, the competitive need for both new and modernized executive benefit plans, and the importance of regularly scheduled reviews of plan funding concerns.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act imposes an excise tax on hospitals, healthcare systems, and other tax-exempt employers for providing compensation in excess of $1 million to any individual and for paying "excess parachute payments." The good news is that restructuring or changing certain executive benefit plans can minimize or eliminate the tax, but you must act soon. Join our upcoming free webinar to determine if your organization is affected now, or potentially in the future. You’ll learn how the new excise tax works and solutions to mitigate it.
Employers look to their peers for guidance as they pursue destination-employer status. Explore the best-in-class tactics midsize employers are using to outperform the competition in healthcare cost control and human resource management.