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What will happen to insurance now that we’ve cast our vote?

This is not a political post, I promise. But it is a post to help everyone understand the potential impact of the recent election on insurance. Voters demanded change…and […]
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“We’ve always done it this way.” “This is what everyone is familiar with.” We’ve all heard them. Lists of reasons as to why your company is communicating its benefits […]
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Low Cholesterol, High Cost.

With the flood of commercials that lead many of us to self-diagnose or question if we might be better served by a new medicine versus our current prescription, it’s […]
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Change Needed to Change Attendance

We already discussed the power of combining a reward for consistent attendance with a deterrent to minimize missed days among employees.  But have you considered the company’s role in […]
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Nothing to Sneeze At: Absenteeism Costs Employers Plenty

Unless you’re a drug manufacturer or doctor’s office, why should you care about allergy season? Because allergies claim over 3 million work days per year, with people staying home […]
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Workday Check Ups: Onsite clinics make it easy to say ahh

Is there a doctor in the house? In workplaces nationwide, it’s becoming more likely that the answer is “Yes.” In hopes of not only controlling, but actually driving down […]
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Business Insurance Broker Beat video featuring Jon Loftin

Business Insurance Associate Editor Sheena Harrison, speaks with Jon Loftin, president and chief operating officer of MJ Insurance, about risk management issues and how health care reform is impacting […]
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Ebola – The Real Risk

The direct risk of Ebola to most Americans remains low, yet very real fears exist, particularly with a new case confirmed in America’s largest city. However, from a personal […]
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Cut Costs, Not Corners: Ideas for saving in the long run

Cut a dollar; save a dollar. If it were only so straightforward, right? In business, many “costs” should be more accurately viewed as “investments.”  With regard to insurance and […]
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Creative Thinking. Non-traditional benefits pay-off

Work-life balance.  Many businesses give this buzzword mere lip service; others have a genuine interest in helping employees achieve it. Many times, this involves non-traditional benefits to help employees […]
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