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4 Reasons Why Self-Funding Employee Benefits Might Be Right For You

To deal with rising healthcare costs, it’s important that employers explore alternative, creative solutions. One option that may fall into that category is partially self-funding the employee benefits program. Depending on your company’s makeup, needs, and goals, there are a few potential reasons and benefits why self-funding might work for you. Here are four of […]

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How Employee Benefits Fits into a CFO’s Growth Strategy

As a company prepares for growth, the CFO plays a critical role in defining the strategy that will lead them to success. In fact, a recent report from Adaptive Insights highlights a number of the items that a financial executive would need to consider, including one’s economic outlook and profit margins. Another key item mentioned […]

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Steve Costello Featured in the Boston Business Journal; Offers Advice for Emerging Companies

Steve Costello, Principal and Co-Founder of CBG Benefits, was featured in a recent edition of the Boston Business Journal. In the article, Steve had the opportunity to share insight regarding the question “What advice would you give to a budding¬†entrepreneur?“ How CBG Benefits Supports Emerging Companies When it comes to Human Resources and employee benefits, […]

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Providing Innovative Employee Benefits

As companies seek to improve their employee recruitment and retention efforts, there is no doubt that their employee benefits program plays a role. In fact, we recently highlighted the direct correlation that a benefits program can have on employee satisfaction levels. However, it’s important that employers think beyond standard benefit options. While that list may […]

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