Monthly Archives: April 2019

Creating Meaningful Products in Meaningful Ways

The purpose of benefits love is to change the way people use benefits—to help them focus on the things they care about in life—which reinforces our commitment to human-centered design in product development. It’s not just about seeing what our technology can do; it’s about what value that technology brings to people’s lives, and making […]

The Key to Unifying Benefits Experiences

One of the ultimate goals for benefits leaders is to deliver better experiences—from the way people access their benefits, to how they engage with each vendor, to the value they ultimately get out of it. But a common obstacle is that these experiences are often fragmented. This leaves employees feeling siloed and minimizes their connection […]

Evive at NBGH Business Health Agenda 2019

It’s been a busy springtime for Evive. Shortly after our trip to The Conference Board’s Employee Healthcare Conference, we made our way to Washington, DC for the National Business Group on Health’s Business Health Agenda. We kicked things off on employer-only day with our workshop, “Boosting Employee Engagement Through Effective Data Sharing.” Hosted by Lindsey […]

Know What You’re Solving For: The Siloed Benefits Experience

Ask any benefits leader what they want to give their employees, and you’ll probably hear some version of this: an interconnected benefits experience. And why not? When people have a better benefits experience, they actually engage with those offerings. They get the resources they need to achieve personal goals, and they realize the value of […]

Evive at The Conference Board 19th Annual Employee Healthcare Conference

We ventured to San Diego and New York City this spring for The Conference Board’s 19th Annual Employee Healthcare Conference. In addition to a booth experience all about big data and little nudges, we co-presented with Gap Inc. at the session “Fresh Recruit to Seasoned Alumni: Engagement for the Entire Employee Journey.” Jeni Chih, Sr. […]

Tips for Continuous Learning in the Benefits Field

It’s no mystery why large employers seek consultants in the benefits space. The industry is complex and ever-evolving, and it’s hard to know where everyone fits in. Even those of us living and breathing this industry every day know the work it takes to stay on top of the latest trends and changes, so it’s […]