In my last post, I talked about the benefits of beginning your employee benefits renewal process today. It seems soon, but restarting your renewal cycle now will give you time to perform a deep analysis of your current programs and effectively increase employee engagement with your offerings.
It’s common for employee benefits renewals and analysis to sit at the bottom of business leaders’ to-do lists until the deadline approaches. And most brokers agree that this is the best time to start drilling into the data and gathering information from the carriers.
Cornerstone Consultant Brad Snitzer was featured in the industry-leading magazine BenefitsPRO this month.
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Do you review your employee benefits plan during each renewal?
It’s a great practice to annually review which benefits are valued most by your employees and why, but by the time you’re approaching your renewal period, it’s too late.
We all worry. Sometimes a little worry can be good. It makes you aware of a situation that you many need to address, or help you change your course.
However, a lot of worry is bad, both not only a mental health standpoint but a physical health one as well. At our employee benefits administration company, we're aware of the toll worrying and stress can take on an employee. Worrying too much can affect your physical health, causing high blood pressure, ulcers, heart attacks, and even death.