Topic: Group Benefits

    How to transition from a PEO
    By Emily Kubis on May 1, 2019

    What employers should know Is your organization looking to transition away from a Professional Employer Organization (PEO)? Some businesses employ...

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    What is a PEO?
    By Emily Kubis on April 24, 2019

    What employers should know Businesses of all sizes need cost-effective, efficient HR administration. Some groups work with a Professional Employer...

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    One out of seven patients receive surprise bills
    By Emily Kubis on April 17, 2019

    Surprise bills frustrate employees and are challenging for employers to address According to a new study by the Health Care Cost Institute,...

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    What is reference-based pricing?
    By Emily Kubis on April 8, 2019

     How employers can save money on healthcare costs What is reference-based pricing? This term refers to a healthcare cost containment strategy used...

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    Employers pay 50% more than Medicare for healthcare
    By Emily Kubis on April 1, 2019

    C-suite sees opportunity to contain costs A new study published by the Harvard Business Review found that employers pay roughly 50 percent more...

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    Healthcare costs rising faster than inflation
    By Emily Kubis on March 27, 2019

    How small employers can cope A new report from the Health Care Cost Institute shows that healthcare spending in the U.S. continues to rise faster...

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    Should I offer health benefits?
    By Emily Kubis on March 25, 2019

    Are these myths keeping you from considering a group plan? If you own a business with fewer than 50 full-time employees, you aren’t required to...

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    Why benefits matters when picking an HR system
    By Alex Tolbert on March 18, 2019

    Questions employers should ask There are more tech options for small employers than ever before, and each solution varies in features,...

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    How are benefits brokers paid?
    By Emily Kubis on March 6, 2019

    Questions employers should ask It can be difficult to compare benefits brokers – they generally say the same things when you meet with them, and...

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    Health spending to hit $6 trillion by 2027
    By Emily Kubis on March 4, 2019

    Three ways employers can bend the cost curve National health spending is expected to hit $6 trillion by 2027, rising to nearly 20 percent of GDP, ...

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