I hear a lot about how employee benefits is a boring business. Of course, that's not to imply it's unimportant, just not nearly as engaging as #callmecaitlyn.

It's easy for people to think that benefits are boring. After all, no one really pays attention to them until they're at the pharmacy being told their new plan doesn't cover that prescription like the old one did.

On the pages of this very periodical, you've read about whether Zenefits is necessary or evil. I'm not here to debate that, but I was struck by something Sue Wakamoto-Lee said in that April issue. Sue is a senior benefits advisor at Zenefits and she said, "I think this is one of those industries that needed to be disrupted. We haven't done anything differently in the benefits world for decades."

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