Strategies to Support Employees’ Financial Security
Improving employees’ financial security can boost employee health, well-being and productivity. What’s more, for some organizations, providing financial well-being benefits can advance recruitment and retention efforts.This document presents employers with the business case for implementing financial well-being programs or benefits, and provides an overview of the strategies some employers have in place to help employees become more financially secure.
Low-Hanging Fruit: Nine Evidence-Based Benefit Design Opportunities
Employers can optimize their health benefits strategy by aligning benefit design with medical practices that have demonstrated their effectiveness. This new publication highlights top opportunities for benefit managers to align plan design with what is evidence-based to make sure they’re steering consumers toward what works—and paying for it—while discouraging potentially wasteful care.
The Business Case for Tobacco Cessation
This PowerPoint provides the data available to help employers build the business case for tobacco cessation programs and policies.
Parental Leave and Paid Family Sick Leave
The purpose of this quick survey is to determine how other employers manage paid parental leave that is separate from short-term disability for different types of parents. The survey also looks at paid parental leave eligibility requirements, other types of paid leave through the Family Medical Leave, and permissive leave. Twenty-nine members of the Business Group responded to this survey.
8 Tips for Communicating With Employees about ACOs, PCMHs and Other Delivery System Changes
Employers, by using effective communication strategies, are well-positioned to educate and motivate their employee members to take advantage of delivery system improvements, and also direct them to more efficient health care providers. This Employer Guide provides recommendations for communicating payment and delivery reforms to employees.
Considerations for Health and Well-being Across Generations
To best support the needs of a multigenerational workforce, employers should consider designing benefits using a tailored approach. Employees beginning their careers often have different physical, financial, emotional and personal needs than employees transitioning into retirement.
Sept. 14-16, 2016, Washington, DC
Fall Conference: The Well-being and Productivity Value Proposition
Ally Financial Inc.
Groom Law Group, Chartered
Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Vista Outdoor Inc.
Reed Group, Ltd.
Veritas Technologies, LLC
Myriad Genetic Laboratories, Inc.
Huntington National Bank
Sensata Technologies, Inc.
Mobile Health Consumer