Month: October 2016

Would You Hire an Investment Manager That Did Not Track Performance?

Would you hire an investment manager that did not track it’s performance? I recently reviewed all of the claims data for our clients over the last 10 years and the Compound Annual Growth Rate in claim for our clientele was 4.5%...

/ October 30, 2016

5 Tips to Ensure a Smooth Open Enrollment

Open enrollment season is upon us! Some dread the season, viewing it as an administrative headache. Others see it as an opportunity to personally engage with employees—helping them to make choices that will safeguard their health, financial, and total well-being. With...

/ October 29, 2016

Conducting More Frequent & Effective Plan Reviews

Want to conduct more frequent, effective retirement plan reviews but don’t know what you should focus on? Trust us, you’re not alone. Many plan sponsors state that they would like to review their plans more often. In fact, the 2016...

/ October 29, 2016

Developing Employee Resilience: A Win-Win Organizational Strategy

Getting out in front of the negative effects of stress is one of the most important investments an organization can make. Our Resilient Self-Leader Program can help you with just that! Why is employee resilience important? Here are 5 reasons:...

/ October 23, 2016

Designing Your Benefits Plans: Cover the Kids

When Hillary Clinton came up with HillaryCare in the 90’s and when President Obama drafted Obamacare, they both had the same message: “We have to get the good risks (healthy people) to buy insurance”.  Employer’s need to have the same...

/ October 22, 2016

Boosting Your Business Acumen

It’s no secret that in order to make an impact in their organizations, HR leaders must have the ability to understand & apply key metrics to decision-making as well as to demonstrate a proficiency in business acumen. With some help...

/ October 21, 2016

Risk Management: Arguably an Organization’s Best Strategic Weapon

Risk Management.  To some, its very name conjures up thoughts of red tape and administrative burdens.  But there’s more to the Risk Management discipline than protocol and procedure – let’s take a deeper look: What is Risk Management, and how...

/ October 17, 2016

How to Drive the Retirement Planning Message

Your employees are bombarded with communications from various sources every day. Research shows that the average worker receives more than 100 emails per day, not to mention text messages, social media alerts, news and an entire internet worth of content...

/ October 16, 2016