Commentary: Although your customers may be placing a greater emphasis on voluntary plans, their millennial employees often are unaware of the reasons to elect coverage. If this younger employee base doesnít understand voluntary options, it could result in lower enrollment and hurt your clients financially. Learn how to harness the millennialís demand for information to your advantage.
Commentary: The Catalyst for Payment Reform scored each state on its level of health care cost transparency ó 29 received an F, only two scored an A. Transparency of health care cost and quality must be the founding principle of sustainable change, says Borislow Insuranceís Mark Gaunya.
Commentary: Automatic features have all helped retirement plan participants, but what should employers and committees discuss this year as they plan for future improvements in their plans as a way to seek to improve the retirement outcomes for their participants?
Commentary: The dedication and commitment that Olympic athletes give to their sports should be channeled by brokers and advisers.
Commentary: A recap of the compliance issues that lie ahead for brokers and plan sponsors in 2014, which EBA Advisory Board member George Lane of Mercer says are making things a lot more complicated.
Commentary: Arkansas failed on Feb. 19 to renew the state's expansion of Medicaid and blogger Cyndy Nayer says this will lead to a series of problems for the state.
If you work at home, itís vital to separate time and space between home and work. In other words, set boundaries.
Commentary: Top lessons from retail that brokers and consultants can leverage to engage employees in benefits selection and produce a positive experience with benefits shopping.
Commentary: When it comes to qualified domestic relations orders, plan sponsors and their financial professional partners need to ensure they have a robust and detailed process that can actually work, says The Principalís Aaron Friedman.