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Kids aren’t the only ones with Christmas wish lists. While they may not send theirs off to Santa Claus, HR managers have a host of year-end wants that might result in lower stress levels — as well as making employees happier and healthier in 2019. Here are the 11 at the top of the list.
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Congress to not make any last-minute changes to the commuter benefit allowances.
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Employees to read their benefit guides and materials.
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Participants to take their 2018 insurance cards out of their wallets on Jan. 1 and put in their 2019 insurance cards.
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Employees to check their pay stubs in January to ensure the right contributions are being taken from their paychecks for all their desired benefits.
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For participants not to need a prescription drug refill on Jan. 1 when all the carriers are closed.
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To have a happy employee stop by their HR/benefits specialist’s office to say how happy they are with the benefit package offered.
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To have a 100% take-up rate in preventive exams for all covered participants.
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To have 100% participation in the wellness program.
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To have a return-on-investment formula for wellness programs that does not require a PhD in math.
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To have the Cadillac tax rescinded permanently.
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For all plan participants to have a happy and healthy new year.