A survey's best performing companies reported only a 1.6% annual cost increase.
Wellness programs delivered just a 50 cents on the dollar return, while disease management programs returned $3.80 for each dollar spent.
Employers had better start getting used to accommodating all those baby boomers who, according to a Gallup poll, plan on working past the normal retirement age.
Keas survey of 100 HR professionals find many ready for new PPACA mandates. Aflac survey finds few say they are "very prepared."
Oregon benefits attorney: "Really is about the bottom line."
While employee benefits managers worry over health packages in the light of Obamacare, CFOs fret over how to pay for those same benefits.
There are lessons to be learned about the ongoing debate that are applicable to all of us.
Exchanges will provide opportunities for credit unions to better anticipate healthcare costs, says Brad Pricer, CUNA Mutual human resources process leader.
As if it weren't enough that some baby boomers are adjusting to not being able to retire when they would like to, many of them are now dealing with con artists targeting them for all kinds of fraudulent schemes.
CUNA Mutual Group Chief Economist Dave Colby has raised many questions about what the economic recovery will be like but not about credit unions' ultimate recovery.