Employee Benefits

We understand how important it is for you to provide your employees with the best dental, vision and hearing plans. It’s important to us, too. Whether working with HR directors and benefits administrators, or with brokers and producers—we’re focused on making the complicated world of benefits less complicated and more fulfilling. We invite you to explore our site and find out how we’re doing that every day.

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Want to Find Top Employees and Keep Them Engaged? Offer 4 Key Benefits

The labor market continues to tighten as the demand for top talent increases. Today it’s becoming important for employers to offer the best benefits packages to workers. Before accepting a new job, prospective employees carefully evaluate the total compensation package of benefits and salary. So, employers need to make sure they offer the benefits employees … Read Full Article

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5 Reasons Employees Love the Student Loan Repayment Benefit

College students and employees often take out student loans to help them get a good education, so they have the necessary knowledge and skills for jobs in their profession and can help their employer succeed. But the burden to repay these loans is overwhelming. With today’s student loan debt crisis and the competitive job market, … Read Full Article

Pediatric Dental Plan Options

Did you know that pediatric dental in a medical plan is not the same as pediatric dental in a stand-alone dental plan? Here are tips to help you understand the differences in coverage: Dental within medical plans When you consider a medical plan with dental coverage embedded, know how the plan is designed. Along with … Read Full Article

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How to Help Employees Cope with Financial Stress and Medical Expenses

Americans are stressed over finances. Nearly 50 percent live paycheck to paycheck. Many find it difficult to balance health care expenses with the costs of basic necessities like food, housing, and utilities. Studies show that financial concerns can impact employees’ health, job performance and work relationships. Here’s how employers can help employees cope with financial … Read Full Article

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Want a Competitive Advantage? Offer the #1 Benefit Employees Want in 2019: Help Paying Off Student Loans

Many businesses say they don’t have the budget to assist employees with student loan payments. Or, they’re concerned about providing equitable benefits. But with BenefitEd and Employee Choice, employers can win the talent war and offer equitable benefits that don’t heavily impact their budgets. Address employees’ real concerns News stories regularly remind employers that there … Read Full Article

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Well-Being: It’s More Than PTO, Perks and Incentives

Well-being programs at many businesses fail to address employees’ real needs. The programs often feature health incentives, fitness discounts, educational information, and rewards. While employees appreciate these perks, research shows they want help with financial well-being. They especially desire benefits that help them pay off student loans or put money away for future educational needs. … Read Full Article

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How to Help Employees Cope with Financial Stress and Medical Expenses

Americans are stressed over finances. Nearly 50 percent live paycheck to paycheck. Many find it difficult to balance health care expenses with the costs of basic necessities like food, housing, and utilities. Studies show that financial concerns can impact health, job performance and work relationships. Here’s how employers can help employees cope with financial stress … Read Full Article

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How to Help Employees Experience Financial Well-being

American adults face a complex problem: Pay off debt or save for retirement. People have many reasons why they don’t put money away for their golden years. Two common explanations are a lack of awareness of their retirement needs and their obligations to paying off personal debts, especially student loans. Increasingly, employers are stepping up … Read Full Article