Health Insurance as an Employee Benefit: The Past, Present & Future

With the costs of premiums skyrocketing, it has become increasingly difficult to offer health insurance benefits, particularly for smaller employers. So how did employers become involved with insurance in America, why are recent attempts to increase the availability of low-cost policies under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) failing, and what should employers and employees expect in the future? The Connection ...

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Communications Benchmarking: So Where Do We Stand?

Move over clutter, and make way for a new struggle: communicating member benefits effectively. For the first time in the six-year history of the Association Adviser Communications Benchmarking Study, associations report a new No. 1 pain point – one that has more than doubled (from 32 percent in 2011 to 68 percent in 2017) in its ranking as a communication challenge. Additional 2017 study ...

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