According to a recent study by emedia, CEOs see room for improvement in their HR processes. Many CEOs spend a great deal of time on recruiting and employment, they are concerned about several compliance-related issues and very few believe they offer their employees excellent benefits. Continue reading this entry →
By now you know you can use a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA) to reimburse yourself for out of pocket expenses that your medical, dental and vision insurance doesn’t cover, but did you know there’s a whole host of other expenses that are eligible for use of these tax-advantaged dollars? Why not take a tax-cut on expenses that you know you may need due to medical necessity at all stages of your life? Continue reading this entry →
Losing your health insurance is one of the scariest things you can experience. Sadly, it can happen in an instant due to simple, and seemingly unavoidable, mistakes. In today’s world, we are used to text alerts, email reminders, and warnings for just about everything, from ordering a sandwich to scheduling a doctor’s appointment. But when it comes to Continue reading this entry →
What health plan should I pick? Well, there is no easy answer to this and a variety of factors will influence people in different ways. But one factor you should consider when shopping for a health plan is an insurance carrier’s network of participating providers. Continue reading this entry →
Posted by Teri Lowder on November 25th, 2014 in Culture
It’s that time of year again as we approach Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and of course, Festivus. While many people revel in holiday cheer, for others the season brings stress and anxiety.
For many industries, the holiday season is their busy season. That means long shifts, big projects on strict timelines and increased contact with external customers who also may be stressed. Continue reading this entry →