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Category Archives: Employee Benefits
Tweet In just 3 weeks from now, I’ll be traveling to Atlanta for this year’s SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition, which takes place June 24 to June 27. In addition to this year’s entertainer, Jerry Seinfeld, there are so many … Continue reading
Tweet Everyone wants to be a hero – to have that impact where they “protect” someone from a danger – dashing into a house on fire to save a baby. And in life, we protect many things, some valuable – … Continue reading
Tweet I recently spoke to an employee who had decided, at age 54, that it was time to start focusing on retirement. Her goal was to retire at age 65, and she was wondering if that would be possible, considering … Continue reading
Tweet So what is DIAM? It stands for Disability Insurance Awareness Month, sponsored by the Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education (LIFE). Many employees are unaware of the disability coverage that may be available to them as an employer-sponsored … Continue reading
Tweet Does your company’s voluntary benefits menu include pet insurance? Believe it or not, 4% of employers in 2011 did indeed offer pet insurance, according to SHRM’s 2011 Employee Benefits Study. Employees who have pets may welcome this benefit, since … Continue reading
Tweet Once a year, this strange phenomenon occurs called “open enrollment.” For most people, “open enrollment” is time for the fine art of pretending that if you ignore something it will go away and it always works out that way. … Continue reading
Tweet I’m so glad that April 1st will be falling on a Sunday this year since that means only my family at home can try to trick me with April Fool’s jokes. What I can look forward to is that … Continue reading
Tweet Last week, Prudential, the 2nd largest life insurance company in the U.S., announced they were getting out of the individual long term care insurance market. Prudential isn’t the first to exit the marketplace since both Guardian Life Insurance and … Continue reading
Tweet Dental implants are becoming a common solution to missing teeth and an alternative to bridge and crown work. However, according to WebMD.com, many dental insurance plans do not cover implants. My husband, Dave, learned this the hard way when … Continue reading