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Q&A: Helping Baby Boomers Meet Retirement Challenges

Many Boomers can’t afford to retire, as their life expectancy continues to climb By Stephen Miller, CEBS “As members of America’s largest generation—the Baby Boom—prepare to retire, benefit managers face a challenge in helping them to navigate their way forward. …
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How to Help Baby Boomers Add to Their Retirement Savings

By Cort Olsen “Many millennials grew up with parents from the baby boomer generation and have been told since the day they started their first job to start saving for retirement. Statistics have shown that because of those early warnings, …
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The Institute for Healthcare Consumerism Names Recipients of 2016 Superstars and Industry Innovators

Winners include employers, benefits brokers, consultants, TPAs and solution providers that are driving innovation in employer-sponsored health care and benefits “ATLANTA – Nov. 9, 2016 – The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism, the only organization dedicated exclusively to consumer-centric innovation in …
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Balancing Benefits with Millennials in Mind

by Carlos Hernandez “There are close to 83 million millennials living in the United States, and by the year 2020 those individuals will account for half of the nation’s workforce. For many employers, these numbers can seem daunting as organizations …
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Back to Basics: Appealing to a Multigenerational Workforce

Employers need to offer the basics of benefits to appeal to any generation. by Andie Burjek ““Millennials don’t necessarily look at benefits in a wildly different way than the other generations. They’re worried about base pay, bonuses, retirement,” said Carlos Hernandez, …
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Tailoring the Benefit Mix to Engage Millennials

As the most debt-ridden generation, Millennials are burdened by financial stress by Stephen Miller, CEBS “Debt-burdened and social-media saturated Millennials present a unique set of challenges for employers. Like all generations, they have their own shared history and are motivated …
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Millennials Disrupt Traditional Benefits for Modern Priorities

by Cort Olsen “‘If you want to have a high paying job, you need to have a college education.’ Many millennials have had this statement burned into their brains for years. Now, with college degrees at a premium, many of …
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Q&A: 6 Links between Physical and Financial Health

by Warren S. Hersch “Debt, bills and stagnant salaries are all financial issues that can impact worker engagement. What should employers be doing to calm financial fears and support employees’ financial well-being? Why are HSAs and HRAs needed to help buffer …
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Final Steps for ACA Compliance & Benchmarking for Benefits Administration

“HealthCare Consumerism Radio hosts Ron Bachman and Doug Field talk to guests from Tango Health and Acclaris. The second guest will be Seth Ravine, chief revenue officer at Acclaris. The headlines say it all; health insurers are struggling with managing …
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When Wellness Programs Aren’t Enough

By Steven Nyce, Director of Research and Innovation Center, Willis Towers Watson, and Carlos Hernandez, Vice President of Strategic Alliances, Acclaris “Over the past decade, employers have embraced the connection between healthy employees, productivity and job performance. The recently released Willis …
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