Adam Cottini, Rhonda Marcucci and Petula Workman share advice on aligning HR and benefits technology with an organization’s human capital management strategy by efficiently navigating the rise of options, and effectively protecting employee data from cybersecurity risks.
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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.
Employers look to their peers for guidance as they pursue destination-employer status. Explore the best-in-class tactics large employers are using to outperform the competition in healthcare cost control and human resource management.
Rhonda Marcucci, Sean Goheen and Ben Yomtoob describe how “help me choose” and “help me use” healthcare decision-support tools are a win for employees and employers alike. The increasingly sophisticated technology supports mutual cost management advantages, increased productivity and greater employee satisfaction.
Rick Strater, Ansu Kpandeyenge and Caroline Melson discuss how private exchanges can help resolve the dilemma of providing benefits that fit diverse workforce needs and preferences, including an increasing expectation for personalization, while keeping rising costs in check.
Rick Strater discusses the potential for a defined contribution and private exchange strategy to manage benefit costs, and offer employees an opportunity to control their own future – through greater choice.
Rhonda Marcucci presents three tightly correlated HR and Benefits technology trends – including plug and play integration, a personalized user experience, and customized interaction that supports increased accountability and productivity.
Rick Strater, National Exchange Practice Leader, writes, “Even in the face of rising healthcare costs, which show no signs of easing, employers have been cautious about abandoning their traditional approach to providing healthcare benefits…” Read more about the key considerations associated with implementing a private exchange.
Rhonda Marcucci, VP of HR & Benefits Technology Consulting, writes, “The field of human capital management (HCM) approaches employee staffing by viewing employees as assets (i.e., human capital), whose value can be measured and enhanced through investment. To understand the role of benefits administration within an HCM model…” Read more about this topic.
Truth or Myth? I can get out of the “benefits business” if my organization implements a private exchange. The answer: A myth! Check out this presentation that addresses this and nine other myths about private exchanges.