Trending Employee Benefits Topics

Trending Insurance Topics | April 18, 2018

Corporate Synergies regularly monitors credible resources and top industry influencers. We also contribute to the national conversation on trending insurance topics through interviews with reputable media sources and blog articles written by our internal subject matter experts.

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  • Study: Employees Find Accessing Benefits Through Multiple Vendors Confusing

    Separate logins and multiple vendors mean employees may forego using certain health and welfare benefits altogether.
    HRDive »

  • HDHPs, Wellness Programs Losing Luster as Employee Health Care Remedies

    Experts contend that companies will need to get creative with healthcare strategies rather than rely on popular ideas to help with true, long-term cost management.
    Workforce »

  • Registration Open: The Current Event 2018 Benefits & Insurance Forum

    Corporate Synergies’ The Current Event is a full day forum of exceptional Health & Welfare Benefits and Business Insurance speakers, whose insights will help you gain control over industry situations that are top of mind.
    Corporate Synergies »

  • Employees Jump at Genetic Testing. Is That a Good Thing?

    Genetic disease risk screening is becoming a popular employee benefit. But the tests may not be all that beneficial for the general population.
    The New York Times »

  • What Cyber Exposures and Coverage Gaps Keep Risk Managers Up at Night

    Risk managers are investing in protecting their companies, but many find that getting the right coverage, and enough of it, is a constant challenge.
    Insurance Journal »


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