It is estimated that uncorrected vision can reduce individual productivity up to 20%, regardless of age. Vision impacts the bottom line and failing to offer unique vision benefits that meet the precise needs of your workforce could have costly effects on productivity. In other words, it’s not a question of whether or not your organization should offer vision benefits, but rather, is your organization offering the right vision benefits – the kind employees actually use – and what are the consequences if you aren’t? Download our latest whitepaper to find out how you can help employees get the most out of their vision benefits.
What is the Cadillac Tax? How will the tax be applied? Why is it being delayed? This brief, written by Kevin Robertson, HSA Bank's Senior Vice President and Director of Sales, helps to answer these questions and more as employers, unions, and others prepare for the date when the Cadillac Tax will take effect. Download our brief today to start preparing for the future.
The prescription opioid crisis is getting worse, not better. Despite the breadth and seriousness of this crisis, America’s employers lack a true understanding of how opioid abuse impacts individuals in the workforce and their families – and what they can do about it. Download our report to: Understand the true cost of opioid abuse to your company and its employees Discover how generational, geographical and financial factors, among others, impact the level of risk your employees face Find out what you can do to help employees at risk of abusing prescription opioids
Imagine this. You’re a self-insured employer with 500 former employers enrolled in COBRA. With average claim costs of $10,589 per person, you have a $5.3 million expense on your balance sheet. That’s right—$5.3 million, for people that don’t even work for you. This isn’t a hypothetical. One employer I met with had this exact scenario. The amount of COBRA costs often ignored by employers can be staggering.Read this white paper to find out why employers need a COBRA alternative.
Each year, Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) must show the IRS that they provided affordable health coverage to eligible employees and families. Central to this task is filling out the complex 1095-C forms. This guide is designed to demystify the requirements of Form 1095-C, as well as provide answers to some frequently asked questions.
This detailed whitepaper includes: Formula for calculating ROI of a financial fitness program Information about different types of financial education Financial stress statistics Warning signs of a financially distressed employee Examples of successful financial wellness programs