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White Paper: Four Ways Technology is Changing Employee Benefits

As your company looks for ways to improve its employee benefits program this year, it’s critical to analyze how technology may be able to assist you. Chris Costello, Principal and co-Founder of CBG Benefits, recently had the chance to share insight on that topic in a White Paper that was published by A.D.A.M. The White […]

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Impressing Prospective New Hires with your Employee Benefits Program

Does your company have a robust employee benefits program? If so, it’s important to use that to your advantage during the recruiting process. To help our clients make a positive impression on potential new hires, here are two ways we help them promote their benefits program: Online Benefits Preview As part of the value-added services […]

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5 Tips for Communicating with Employees During Open Enrollment

For many organizations, open enrollment can be a bit of a hectic time (of course, if you have a good broker, your stress and responsibilities should be greatly lowered). As an employer, you may feel overwhelmed as you budget and anticipate needs. Employees may feel stress as they try to understand their options and choose […]

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How Knowledgeable Are Employees About Their Benefits?

As a Human Resources director, it’s very important to educate your employees about the current benefits that are offered to them. One way that we recommend doing this is by producing Total Compensation Statements. However, how can an employer know if their employees truly understand their benefits? Here are 4 ways to conduct that research: Employee Surveys: Creating […]

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