Why Employers Can’t Afford Inadequate Benefits

Employee Benefit Adviser published this article on June 19, 2018 about the value employees place on employee benefits. Here are some interesting findings from their survey of 756 employees:

  • At least 66% of workers agree that a strong benefits and perks package is the largest determining factor when considering job offers.
  • 61% [of employees polled] are willing to accept a lower salary if a company offered a better benefits package.
  • Roughly 42% of employees say they are considering leaving their current jobs because their benefits package are inadequate, while 55% have left jobs in the past because they found better benefits or perks elsewhere.
  • While considering a potential employer’s benefits, workers prioritize health insurance by 75%.

As an employee benefits consultant, I am committed to ensuring that my clients have the best possible benefits package to attract and retain quality employees. If there is anything I can be doing for you or your clients, please let me know.

How Busy Brokers Can Leverage Social Media

This article was written by Daniel Williams and was originally published in BenefitsPRO on April 23, 2018. To see the original, click here. Social media marketing has evolved. It’s no longer about web traffic and…

Photos from the BenefitsPRO Broker Expo 2018

My first time attending the BenefitsPRO Broker Expo. This one was held in San Diego at the Hilton Bayfront on April 17-19, 2018.

5 Easy-to-Implement Social Media Strategies for Busy Brokers

This article originally appeared in the March edition of BenefitsPRO magazine. Social media has become an essential marketing tool for businesses of all sizes. Buffer, a social media management platform, recently released its State of Social 2018…

Webinar – Group Health Insurance for Small Businesses

Update: listen to the recorded webinar on YouTube! http://https://youtu.be/e6wzIeORYjE I’m partnering with ACap Asset Management for a webinar on March 22, 2018 at 10am. Register here! Topics include: Current challenges in the individual health insurance market…

#FemalesAndFinance

March 03, 2018: #FemalesAndFinance: Amy Evans, President of Colibri Insurance Services. She is a self-proclaimed health insurance geek, well-published writer, and a past 2016 Trendsetter to Watch in the Benefits Industry. Amy is a leader in…

Amazon & Co. Health Care Deal Reactions from Brokers

I was honored to be asked for my input for BenefitsPRO’s recent article on the Amazon health care collaboration. Below is my quote. Click here for the full article. Benefiting from a Controlled Environment “I’m very…

A Professional Gratitude List for 2017

Grateful for… A 16% increase in agency revenue over 2016 The addition of 10 new employer group clients, an increase of more than 100% over 2016 The the loss of only one employer group client,…

ShiftShapers Podcast with David Saltzman – Corporate New Year’s Resolutions Focus On The Big Picture

Many of us make personal resolutions at the new year, but corporate resolutions can be an even more powerful way of keeping your eye on the big picture during the coming business year. Amy Evans,…

I’ll Be Presenting at the BenefitsPRO Broker Expo

My session is part of the Education Track and it’s called “Fast Tracking Social Media: Easy-to-Implement Strategies for Busy Brokers.” Check out the session summary below, and click here for the event website. Social media…