Tag Archives: benefits engagement

Know What You’re Solving For: Risk Management

From candidacy to hire to separation or retirement, your company likely collects, stores, and transmits employee data. Needless to say, it’s a necessity for your employees to get paid, enroll in benefits, and be able to take advantage of them. And if you really want to optimize employee experience, this data (and more) needs to […]

Cracking the Code on Managing Healthcare + Benefits Costs

In my previous post about the rising costs in healthcare and benefits, I asked you to imagine a pie chart that shows your company’s total expenditures, and how much of that chart was taken up by healthcare and benefits spending. Chances are, that slice of the pie has been getting larger over the past couple […]

Lead with Quality to Connect People with the Best Healthcare

At Evive, we care deeply about making the benefits user experience convenient, seamless, and relevant. These are often the missing pieces of the puzzle when it comes to solving problems in benefits engagement, and our research shows exactly what needs to be done to address each one. A joint study we conducted with The University […]

Know What You’re Solving For: Rising Healthcare + Benefits Costs

Think for a moment about your company’s total expenditures. Do you have some numbers in mind? Now put them in a mental pie chart. Chances are, a fairly large part of that pie is taken up by salaries, benefits, and of course, healthcare spending—and those numbers get a little bigger every year. According to the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Motivate Action with Smart Rewards

Study after study shows that incentives, even tiny ones, can successfully motivate people and trigger behavior change. Large companies are investing time and resources in administering incentive programs. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation’s 2018 Employer Health Benefits Survey, 61% of large companies ask their employees to complete a health assessment, and half of them […]

eOS: The System of Intelligence for Benefits

Over the past year, we listened to our clients at Insight Summits and other events, and consistently heard that benefits professionals were ultimately in a quest for three main goals: Delivering a better experience Containing cost Reducing risk In order to reach these goals, employers have many different systems that need to work together: various […]

Add Value by Giving a Holistic View: The 360 Approach

Think for a moment about your entire benefits ecosystem. Several vendors provide care for your employees—from health plans, to onsite clinics, to centers of excellence. Some of them have help lines with customer-service representatives (CSRs) to help your employees get the most out of their benefits. Whether it’s an advocate at an EAP, a nurse […]