Wellness plans have become a common part of any company’s standard benefit offerings. However, most plans can only produce superficial results. We elevate our wellness offerings by using analytics that take your data, demographics and corporate culture into consideration. With that, we develop a long-term plan with customized goals and metrics that directly impacts employee productivity, turnover, and ultimately your bottom line.
You have access to a variety of targeted strategies to increase employee engagement, control healthcare costs and keep your employees healthy through:
Our team of specialists partner with your team — providing the guidance and training that encourages healthier lifestyles and more informed health-related decisions. Our subject matter experts include health management consultants, analytics consultants and registered nurses, with backgrounds in wellness, health promotion, public health, nutrition, exercise, behavior change, health literacy and healthcare.
Reducing the impact of healthcare should be an ongoing strategy. We can help you improve the well-being of your workforce, as well as the financial health of your company.
In today’s competitive talent marketplace, student loan assistance is an emerging benefit that any company can offer to encourage the younger generation to join or stay with their company. How a company can implement this can vary greatly. There are plenty of examples of unique offerings of this benefit, but this article focuses on three common HR initiatives that you might have on your plate for 2019: recruiting, retaining, and engagement.
Introducing our 2019 MarketPulse trend report, where we discuss what our clients and other employers are doing to manage risks, promote employee productivity and morale, reduce costs and improve their organizations as a whole. In this issue, we explore retirement plans featuring target date funds as well as specialty drugs, cyber risk, predictive modeling, workplace well-being, advanced data analytics, the cost of large and often ongoing medical claims, and various emerging trends. In addition to a discussion of each trend, you will find supporting materials at AssociatedBRC.com/MarketPulse.
Download the PDF: MarketPulse 2019
According to the Federal Reserve, 44 million Americans owe a staggering $1.56 trillion in student loans, and the average incoming college-educated worker has over $37,000 in student debt (a $20,000 increase from just 10 years ago). As a result, the average college grad will take over 21 years to pay off their student loan debt making minimum payments. Many of the negative effects of overwhelming student debt include delaying the decision to buy a house or start a family, save for retirement, or just cause a tremendous amount of financial stress.
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