Cabrini college is making the transition to the Web in small steps to make sure employees are comfortable with the change.
Articles by Sarah Fister Gale
All of Prudential’s 37,000 employees had to re-enroll with one of 150 new providers – or their insurance would be canceled. To replace paper-based forms, the company built a $500,000 Web-based enrollment application.
Even with the smaller staff, the time spent teaching clients has been cut in half.
An economic slowdown is the best time to educate an idle workforce.
Analog Devices, Inc.’s development model includes on-the-job training, coaching to help people in their daily jobs, and mentoring to help employees further their careers.
Nordenia USA used the slowing economy as a time to develop training programs that would smooth future expansions.
Whatever the approach, finding the right combination of quality care at a reasonable price is an ongoing challenge for companies of all sizes.
Prescription claims had accounted for 25 percent of Londen’s medical costs before the switch to mail-order prescription servies.
Through the March of Dimes, Bank One launched an on-site healthy pregnancy program.
Last year the company switched medical providers, cutting medical bills by 15 to 20 percent.