Pharmacy benefit managers navigate the confusing world of pharmaceuticals on behalf of employers, but even though they’re getting bigger through acquisitions, the focus is still employee health — and potentially lower costs.
With gamification techniques still in their early stages, organizations seek new ways to engage workers in saving for the future.
While still limited in use, EAPs can potentially provide significant benefit to employers and employees at a time when health care costs are at a premium.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued new proposed regulations on the intersection of wellness incentives and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Plan sponsors seek more control with the investments in a target-date fund as well as the glide path.
An innovative take on the traditional EAP brought dogs into the workplace, and employees reportedly couldn’t be happier.
In every state during the past decade, the cost of employer-provided health care outpaced incomes.
The high cost of health care has many older employees considering Medicare, but that decision could cost them money and quality coverage.
Babay boomers are staying on the job longer, but is that necessarily a bad thing? Employers are slowly prepping for the new age of phased retirement.