Owners, Executives & Key Employees and your employee population at large all have different needs that organzations have to provide for. Owners must establish an exit strategy, Executives & Key Employees must be recognized for their contributions and value to the organization, and the general employee population needs to protect the interests of themselves and their families.
Together, we can help you to establish a holistic plan that satisfies the needs of each of these separate groups and use your benefit plan structure to address the real needs of your business.
Overall, high performing companies are more aggressive in managing their health plans and delivery processes. Broadly speaking, these companies focus on the underlying causes of health care cost increases, have strategies in place to drive improvements in employees' overall health and wellness, and consistently support engagement in health care decisions and health-related behaviors. In addition, high-performing companies identify problems early on and take advantage of opportunities for improvement by keeping close tabs on the current state of their benefit programs and the health care system overall.
As the saying goes, "Knowledge is power." Without knowledge, any decision that is made is not "informed," it's simply "inferred." Our consulting method relies on gathering as much information about your orgnaization as possible. From an administrative level, we work with your Human Resourses department to compile a complete understanding of not only your benefits programs, but also your organization's culture, and we work to understand your organization's goals. From an interactive level, we will work to put together an information collection process to gather insights from your staff. There are many different approaches to this, including benefits committees and employee surveys, and we will work with you to create the most appropriate structure.
How can you and your organization know what successful benefits management is? That can be a difficult question to answer, especially if you have not taken the time to identify what a successful strategy looks like. We have taken the time to identify organizations that have successfully implemented benefits programs to meet their goals, while at the same time implement cost containment strategies to ensure long-term viabilitry of their structure.