Benefits education is a common concern in the workplace. Companies put together a great benefits plan only to find that their employees are not participating. The fact is, great benefits alone are not enough to make people want to use them. Employees need to be educated on what’s in the plan and how to use … More >>
Creating successful engagement and benefits strategies for Gen Z. This is the last part of our series on engaging and educating the different generations about their benefits. There are four generations in the American labor force: Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Generation Z. This blog focuses on benefits strategies for Gen Z, including benefit … More >>
Building effective engagement and benefits strategies for Millennials (Gen Y). This is the third part of our series on effective benefits strategies for a multi-generational workplace. There are four distinct generations in the U.S. labor force, from Baby Boomers to Gen Z. This blog focuses on benefits strategies for Millennials, including benefits preferences and engagement … More >>
Building and communicating effective benefits strategies for Generation X. This is the second part of our series on engaging and educating the different generations about their benefits. There are four generations in the U.S. labor force, from Baby Boomers to Generation Z. This blog focuses on Generation X, benefits, and engagement strategies. What do you … More >>
Building effective engagement and benefits strategies for Baby Boomers. This is the first of a four part series on engaging and educating the different generations about their benefits. There are four generations in the American labor force, from Baby Boomers to Generation Z. This blog focuses on benefits strategies for Baby Boomers, including benefit preferences … More >>
Healthcare benefits are complicated. Federal regulations are under constant scrutiny and frequently undergo revisions. Plan setup, account management, and compliance are just a few of the time-consuming demands that come with the job of benefits administration. While employers may think they should handle these detail-oriented duties with an in-house staff, outsourcing benefits administration to an … More >>
DataPath whitepaper analyzes today’s multi-generational workforce, provides strategies to increase employee engagement. Little Rock, Arkansas (September 5, 2019) – DataPath, Inc., a leading solutions provider for third party benefits administration, published a new whitepaper today titled “Effective Benefits Strategies for Today’s Multi-Generational Workforce.” The whitepaper identifies the challenges that employers and benefits administrators face in … More >>
Health benefits are an effective tool for attracting and keeping talented employees, especially those in the upper ranks of a company. Health benefits are also a highly regulated industry, so it’s no surprise that the IRS wants to ensure that companies do not favor one group of employees over another. In particular, the IRS wants … More >>
Most people wouldn’t think of buying an expensive item, such as a car or house, without performing extensive research and price comparisons. Yet, when it comes to healthcare services – a major expense for many – comparison shopping has historically been non-existent. This is due, in part, to a lack of transparency in healthcare. If … More >>
New DataPath whitepaper explores the complexities of healthcare benefits administration and why employers should consider outsourcing LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS (July 11, 2019) – The complex and highly-regulated field of healthcare benefits administration should not be taken lightly. A new whitepaper from DataPath, Inc., the longest running software provider in the healthcare benefits administration industry, surveys … More >>
Benefits brokers and consultants are in prime position to help their clients reshape and take a proactive approach to employee benefits. Historically, employee benefits strategies have focused on traditional healthcare and retirement offerings, but today’s employees expect a broader and more flexible benefits package.
A desirable benefits package can look very different to members of the five generations that make up today’s workforce. Brokers are perfectly positioned to help their clients determine and define what a competitive benefits plan looks like, not only for their current employees, but for those they are hoping to attract.
Healthcare consumers now have another online shopping option for saving on hundreds of qualified healthcare products with their FSA or HSA benefit cards. Online retailer Amazon.com is now accepting payments from these benefit accounts for eligible expenses. With this move, Amazon has joined FSAStore, Walgreens, and CVS, among other retailers, in the consumer directed healthcare (CDH) market. The Amazon … More >>
The U.S. unemployment rate is low, which means companies everywhere are in a battle to recruit and hire talented employees. In an economy where workers have the upper hand, the first response of employers is often to raise salaries and wages. However, research shows that a competitive benefits plan can play an increasingly vital role … More >>