disability benefits

Four steps for preventing delayed recovery

The loss of a loved one can be traumatic, potentially causing long-term effects in the form of depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other behavioral health conditions. Understandably, this can make it difficult to be productive at work. As you may have read in a previous blog post, a hospital care manager who worked with […]

Three questions to ask when vetting disability carriers

Every day, employees face a host of medical issues that could affect their productivity at work or lead to a disability leave. While you can’t always plan for the unexpected, your organization can positively impact what may be a challenging time for an employee by ensuring you have the right disability program in place. Choosing […]

How to get employees’ attention during enrollment season

Enrollment season is upon us, and there’s no better time to ensure your employees understand their coverage options and unique needs. This is especially true when it comes to disability insurance.

Health management programs: Three ways to increase participation

Many employers struggle with educating employees about the array of health management programs in their benefits package. It’s in an employer’s best interest to encourage participation, as it can help decrease costs that result from employee illness and disability.

Is a defined contribution plan right for your organization?

The Affordable Care Act has changed the way HR managers are considering all employee benefits — especially those that have previously been considered ancillary add-ons. With all the changes and choices employers have had to make about health insurance coverage, many are weighing the decision to offer benefits in a new defined contribution model.

Getting millennials to “buy in”

Next year, millennials will make up 36 percent of the United States workforce — increasing to 46 percent by 2020. Millennials — otherwise known as Gen Y — are generally defined as those born between 1981 and 2000 — making them a generation too big to ignore and a “must” target for benefits such as disability insurance.

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