Flexible work options and mental health resources are important benefits employees want from their employers to increase satisfaction at work.
As a trusted advisor, your role is to keep employers informed about trends and options that may not currently be on their radar. Here are four questions and four common misconceptions to get the conversation started with your clients.
"At the manager level, communication and flexibility can make or break a working parent’s ability to handle their plate along with the important needs of their home life.," says Wes Burke.
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This checklist will help you determine which of your clients will benefit most from a TPA and acts as a helpful resource for them to ensure a successful transition from a fully funded model to a self-funded plan.
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