Good customer service, as well as bad, is easy to spot. Think of your recent customer service experiences. Some probably surpassed your expectations but, in other situations, you may have been unimpressed with the quality of service. When it comes to insurance coverage, no one wants a difficult or bad experience. Companies often claim they … Read Full Article
When you’re looking to purchase a new car or appliance, you have certain criteria you use to make a decision. Most people review brand ratings and customer feedback. They also solicit recommendations from family, friends and co-workers. The same is true of benefit decisions. Consider these tips for buying employee dental and vision insurance.
Source: Health Insurance Underwriter October 2014
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Are you considered an employer of choice? The quality of benefits you provide is directly related to your employees’ job satisfaction and productivity.
The implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in January was met with speculation and predictions on consumer responses. Although the ACA is being introduced in stages, starting first with the individual mandate, a few trends have emerged.
Health care reform and the ACA will change the face of medical coverage for many Americans. But here’s the good news: You do not need to make any changes to your dental and/or vision plan, and you can keep your current benefits at least until your 2014 renewal.
According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, more than half of working Americans couples have less than $25,000 in total savings and investments, not including their home or defined benefit retirement plans.
Many businesses are classified as “employers of choice” because they take good care of their customers and employees. They researched health care plans and provided choices that fit employees’ needs.
On Oct. 1, 2013, Americans currently without insurance and employers of fewer than 50 employees that choose to provide benefits will have an opportunity to start reviewing insurance plan selections before the individual mandate goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2014.
Across the country, people have been anticipating changes that will occur with insurance and health care under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Many are looking forward to having access to health care insurance, while others are concerned about how the ACA will affect their benefits and budgets.