• Younger Workers Not Seeing The Importance Of Vision Benefits

    April 18, 2018

    Why do some young adults think it’s cool to wear glasses without lenses? It might be because they don’t understand how to use their employers’ vision benefits. Vision benefits have become something of a standard expectation on an employer’s package of benefits, and 76 percent of employees are enrolled in such a program. There are

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  • How Employers Can Best Engage Millennials In Benefits

    Researchers have spent the last five years trying to decode the millennial generation. It makes sense — there are around 75 million of us, which means we have a lot of influence and spending power. We’re also currently the largest generation out there, and we’re much more diverse than the baby boomers two generations before

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  • How Employers Are Improving Benefit Experience While Driving Down Cost

    March 21, 2018

    For Chief Strategy Officer at Hodges-Mace, Eric Helman, data analytics are at the core of a revolution in employee benefits that is on the near horizon. Big data holds the promise to scan huge data sets in a near real-time environment for insights that will impact both the current and future trajectory for a given

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  • How Will Employers Spend Their Tax Cut Savings?

    A fair number of employers say they plan to use their tax cut savings to enhance employee compensation and benefits, while stock analysts believe less will actually go towards workers – and more will be used for stock buybacks and shareholder dividends. Aon asked 504 mid-large employers how they planned to use the expected “the

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  • Younger Workers Not Seeing The Importance Of Vision Benefits

    April 18, 2018

    Why do some young adults think it’s cool to wear glasses without lenses? It might be because they don’t understand how to use their employers’ vision benefits. Vision benefits have become something of a standard expectation on an employer’s package of benefits, and 76 percent of employees are enrolled in such a program. There are

    Read More...

  • How Employers Can Best Engage Millennials In Benefits

    Researchers have spent the last five years trying to decode the millennial generation. It makes sense — there are around 75 million of us, which means we have a lot of influence and spending power. We’re also currently the largest generation out there, and we’re much more diverse than the baby boomers two generations before

    Read More...

  • How Employers Are Improving Benefit Experience While Driving Down Cost

    March 21, 2018

    For Chief Strategy Officer at Hodges-Mace, Eric Helman, data analytics are at the core of a revolution in employee benefits that is on the near horizon. Big data holds the promise to scan huge data sets in a near real-time environment for insights that will impact both the current and future trajectory for a given

    Read More...

  • How Will Employers Spend Their Tax Cut Savings?

    A fair number of employers say they plan to use their tax cut savings to enhance employee compensation and benefits, while stock analysts believe less will actually go towards workers – and more will be used for stock buybacks and shareholder dividends. Aon asked 504 mid-large employers how they planned to use the expected “the

    Read More...