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2016 Employer Health Benefits Annual Survey: Summary

Each year, the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET) conduct a survey to examine employer-sponsored health benefit trends. We are pleased to announced that a detailed summary exploring the results of this survey is now available for all clients of CBG Benefits to download. Existing clients may login to the CBGconnect [...]

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Turn Healthcare Data into Bottom-Line Savings

Due to the ever-growing prevalence of mobile devices, online technology, and other digital transactions, companies seemingly have more data available to them than ever before. But while many discussions center on how data can be used to improve marketing efforts and generate more sales, we’d like to highlight another way that data can help your [...]

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Paid Time Off Benchmarking: CBG Benefits Mentioned by the Chicago Tribune

A recent article published by the Chicago Tribune sought to answer a question that many of your employees may be asking right now. That question is: “Am I getting my fair share of paid time off?“ To help employers stay on top of current trends, the article encourages readers to download the “2013 Paid Time [...]

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HR Professionals: Delivering Value to the C-Suite

As an HR professional, there is no doubt that you are delivering results to your company in a variety of ways. That list may include items such as employee benefits, corporate culture, recruitment and retention, and more. But along with having a variety of responsibilities, you may also face the challenge of determining how to [...]

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