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7.07.2020

Have you ever attended a virtual conference? When it was announced the 2020 NAHU Annual Convention would be virtual due to COVID-19, we were all curious how the format would compare. For our sales team, we had the perfect trio to experience the event from three distinct perspectives:

6.19.2020

In this episode, we are graced with the wisdom & moxy of Kathy Gadinas. Key insights include:

6.19.2020

This episode brings you wit & wisdom from Billy Bridwell. Here's a bit of what you'll get...

6.19.2020


In this socially-distanced episode we bring you the wisdom and (dry) wit of Bret Brummitt. Here's a bit of what you'll get...

6.12.2020

Ready for a few minutes of wit and wisdom from David Smith? Here's a bit of what you'll get...

6.02.2020

How do you make the most of mid-year client reviews?

It’s a great opportunity to step back, re-evaluate, and talk about future “what-ifs” - without the frantic last-minute decisions or late-night convos about when those elusive cards will arrive. 

I contend the Coronavirus makes this year’s reviews more valuable than ever. Many employers have had the inertia shaken out of them and will be more open-minded to new strategies.   

Here are 4 ideas to help make the most of your mid-year efforts…. 

5.19.2020


Have you seen numbers reflecting the tremendous surge for behavioral health support since COVID-19? 

This new study reports nearly half (47%) of all U.S. respondents report negative mental health impact as one of the many ramifications brought on by the pandemic. The percentage jumps to 61% among laid-off or furloughed workers. 

4.28.2020


No question, the impact of COVID-19 is far-reaching. From the three million plus cases, with nearly one million cases in the U.S., to the loss of 200,000 lives worldwide - it’s like nothing this generation has experienced. 

Beyond the health statistics, since mid-March over 26 million jobless claims have been made in the United States. Millions of additional employees have been furloughed. Employers of all sizes face the moral and financial dilemma of evaluating employee headcounts. As a benefits consultant, how can you help?

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