Open Enrollment is a hectic time for benefits administrators. As you tackle your long to-do list, you may suffer from the nagging feeling that you’re forgetting something. If this happens, ask yourself: Are you forgetting COBRA participants?
Benefits matter to employees. In fact, offering attractive benefits is one of the best ways to attract and retain talent – but only if your employees understand the benefits available to them. Therefore, effective open enrollment communication is of vital importance....Read more
According to data from the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council, 89.4 percent of businesses have fewer than 20 employees and 99 percent have fewer than 500 workers. That means that only 10.6 percent of businesses are subject to federal COBRA requirements.
Under COBRA laws, employers are required to offer continued health coverage to employees and former employees under certain circumstances. It sounds simple enough, but in reality, there are many requirements to keep straight, including various notices, minimum lengths...
Securing Your Future, is more important today than ever before, which is why we made it our theme for Travisoft University this year. With the ever-changing industry trends and innovations, you simply can’t set it and forget it!