As both an election year and the start of a new decade, 2020 brings high stakes, high expectations, and plenty of predictions in the employee benefits space. Your benefits strategy this year needs to consider the goals your clients are attempting to achieve, the actual needs of employees, and
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No one can see the future, but the past reveals trends to help us more accurately predict what’s to come. Looking back at my 2019 benefit trends blog, my vision for 2019 wasn’t too far off the mark, and 2020 is coming into view more clearly each day.
New Benefits wants to enhance and simplify the healthcare experience with innovative benefits and technology, so what better event to attend than HLTH? Our benefits pros are exhibiting at HLTH (pronounced “health”) in Las Vegas, October 27-30, to discuss the future of healthcare with non-insured
Michelle Chaffee was already busy balancing her growing career with motherhood when her 58-year-old mother had a stroke. In a single moment she suddenly had a third full-time role: caregiver.
Register now for our upcoming webinar: Supporting Working Caregivers with alska, October 1 at 11:00 am CST.
Connected Caregiving powered by alska helps reduce stress of working caregivers and improve their productivity at work and home.
DALLAS — Sept. 18, 2019 — New Benefits, aggregator of 30+ non-insured health and lifestyle benefits, announces their partnership with alska, a technology platform
Why in the world are we still talking about telemedicine the same way we have for the last five or so years? With 90% of large employers expected to offer it to their employees in 2019, I’m pretty sure clients get the gist and you may feel as though the box is checked. Yet, I still have
Any savvy business owner will tell you to analyze the Return on Investment (ROI) before making a purchasing decision. While it's in every company's best interest to evaluate ROI, many products and services, particularly in the employee benefits arena, do not deliver a direct dollar savings. They
Roughly 60% of the workforce belongs to the sandwich generation. Not based on a proclivity for hoagies, but named for their precarious position wedged between the demands of caring for dependent children and aging parents, these employees are struggling to juggle caregiving demands and careers.