Workplace Benefit Premiums Rebound in Q2 2022
LIMRA survey finds workplace life, disability and supplemental health premium increased after a sluggish first quarter.
Wide health insurance knowledge gap costly to American workers
Survey from Justworks finds that 72% of employed adults who pick their insurance wish someone would tell them which health plan is best for them.
Employer-sponsored health insurance produces +47% ROI for businesses
Direct benefits include lower direct medical costs, increased productivity, lower recruitment costs, stronger retention.
Guardian and Spring Health partner to provide innovative mental wellness benefits
New offering intended to help companies support employee mental and emotional well-being.
3 in 4 employees will swap health insurance plan features for significant savings
A recent Centivo survey of employees with employer-sponsored health insurance demonstrated just how willing employees are to modify core plan features if these "tradeoffs" translate into better healthcare affordability.
IMG launches ‘PTOgo’ travel medical insurance product
First-of-its-kind employee benefit for employers and employees traveling abroad covers international trips during paid time off
Workplace Life, Disability and Supplemental Health Products Record Double-Digit Growth in Q3
New annualized premium for workplace life insurance, disability insurance and supplemental health products increased significantly in the third quarter 2021, according to LIMRA’s recently released workplace benefits sales surveys.
1 in 6 workers stay in unwanted jobs for health benefits
New Gallup survey finds 16% with employer-sponsored health insurance stay put for fear of losing coverage.
Amazon, Berkshire, JPMorgan ending ‘Haven’ joint health care venture
Three-year-old independent company Haven had promised to disrupt the way large corporations deliver benefits to their employees.
With slow health benefit cost growth in 2020, employers plan to invest in more...
Average health benefit cost rose 3.4% per employee in 2020 according to new Mercer study.