Countless pieces of legislation are introduced in Washington each year and nothing is done with them. As NAHU pushes for a hearing on the MLR bill in the Senate, what are its chances?
Nelson Griswold on how most advisers have not committed to a plan to adapt to the coming Affordable Care Act change in the insurance business.
Craig Davidson on why advisers shouldnt worry about health care reform changes and how small businesses may no longer need a broker.
EBA editor Elizabeth Galentine on how Employee Benefit Adviser helps celebrate the individual adviser.
Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. climbed in New York trading yesterday after profit beat estimates and the insurers margins widened.
Aetna Inc., the third-biggest health insurer by sales, raised its full-year forecast, helped by a surge in Medicare and Medicaid premiums and medical claims that were lower than the company anticipated.
This formerly discounted, underinsured and underpenetrated generation now presents a larger sales opportunity than boomers.
Discussing the introduction of Zipcar services to its commuter service benefits, WageWorks' Dan Neuburger explains how the benefit is saving employees and their employers time and money and how brokers can get involved.
Nelson Griswold on how to deliver a less-is-more human resources HR solution for a valuable payday
Mel Schlesinger on why advisers shouldnt let health care reform control their future
John Lamb on how to redefine a request for proposal RFP process for a meaningful experience.
Craig Davidson on three good reasons to think about selling voluntary.
EBA editor Elizabeth Galentine on why brokers should shift their focus to youth in the industry to come.
Kids are no strangers to accidents. No matter how it happens or where students are hurt on school property, schools are liable for the cost of student injuries and need to be prepared for these sometimes devastating expenses. This presents an opening for brokers, says EBA blogger Sam Fleet.
Whether running a small business or a giant corporation, leaders and even trained MBAs are making major mistakes when it comes to their management styles, says corporate turnaround executive Kathleen Brush, author of The Power of One. Brush provides the top seven mistakes managers make. [Images: Thinkstock]