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  • Despite promise of lower costs, one-third of employers plan no benefit changes

    Many employers are "taking necessary steps to rein in costs," the National Business Group on Health says, but a new Mercer survey shows plenty remain on auto-pilot.

  • Employers plan major changes in sponsored health insurance coverage

    Employers are making changes to reshape their health benefit plans between now and 2017 in order to reduce costs, according to Towers Watson’s 2014 Health Care Changes Ahead Survey. In particular, employers pointed to three specific factors that will help frame employer-sponsored benefits.

  • Health exchange model frees Walgreens to focus on plan strategy

      Walgreen Co.’s director of health, benefits and wellbeing knew his company, like most in the U.S., was on an unsustainable path of increasing health care costs combined with employees who didn’t focus on their wellbeing. But when the company’s senior directors started thinking about moving employee health care offerings to a private exchange, he was adamantly against it. ...

  • New plan designs make long-term care insurance more affordable

    New plan designs mean "real opportunity" for sales to a key demographic in the long-term care market.

  • Aon exchange users see cost savings for 2014 plan year

    Employers who moved to Aon Hewitt’s multi-carrier fully-insured private health care exchange experienced overall health care cost savings for the 2014 plan year — providing some of the first data on the impact of post-Affordable Care Act private exchanges.

  • 5 most common resume mistakes

    Whether you're looking to move to a new firm or hiring candidates for yours, the resume is a first impression and it needs to be a good one. Still, many job candidates routinely make mistakes that can lead to an instant rejection. Laszlo Block, the senior vice president of people operations at Google, shares these common mistakes and how to avoid them.

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  • Agents ‘can’t do this for free’ on exchanges

    Galen Institute’s Grace-Marie Turner talked about conservatives’ view of both employers and brokers at a recent Washington policy conference on health reform alternatives. She shares her conclusions on the Affordable Care Act, next steps on broker compensation, and more.

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