Most employees today?particularly low- and middle-income workers?are under financial stress. Employers are responding with a voluntary benefit that helps employees do more with the money they have available: a purchasing program.
Sell your clients the purchasing program powered by PayCheck Direct® that promotes employee responsible spending and costs nothing to implement.
The first night you were out on your own and behind the wheel as a teenager was nerve-wracking for your parents, but guess what … you came home safely and the car was still in mint condition. Employers have become paternalistic in their efforts to control population health. But these days, people are taking control of their own healthy behaviors. And they’re doing it for themselves, not for their boss or HR director. Employers need to learn to “hand over the keys” of wellness to their employees for maximum results, understanding that individuals are ready to handle their own health decisions.
Employers are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of a well-rounded benefits package. But with today’s diverse, multi-generational workforce and the wide variety of benefits available now in the marketplace, finding the right benefits for your clients can seem like a daunting task.
This guide from Purchasing Power will give you insights into the three generations in the workforce today, their financial stressors and their varying benefit needs, along with a comprehensive menu of the voluntary benefits available to your clients.
Timely and appropriate benchmark comparisons are essential to identifying areas for intervention, measuring progress, and providing management with the appropriate context for making critical benefits decisions. Learn the latest trends and what you can do to mitigate trend drivers with this semi-annual report.
The health benefits landscape has seen dramatic changes with the Affordable Care Act, from the rise of Consumer-Directed Health (CDH) plans to the emergence of new exchange marketplaces. Many employees and their families are struggling to find their way around the different options for coverage and to understand what’s covered and what’s not.