“When your technology doesn’t work for you it inevitably is working against you, negatively affecting your productivity and even inhibiting your collaborative efforts. What you really need, though, is someone with the knowledge and skill to fix your problem so you can get back to being productive. And what you really, really need is someone who can do this without making you feel like an idiot for not figuring it out yourself.”
Three out of four people surveyed were moderately confident in their abilities to utilize their health insurance plan. However, only 20% could accurately calculate an out-of-pocket cost from a doctor’s visit.
“We have taken the opportunity to capture many of the behaviors our team exhibits today when dealing with our customers, partners, and co-workers and memorialize them as core values.”
Is there an important place for human interaction in the era of employee self-service and advanced decision support tools? We explore the answers in this article.
“I am excited to have the opportunity to speak at Subscribed 2016, presented by Zuora, on April 12-13, 2016. Subscribed brings together visionaries, disruptors and industry leaders who are changing the world by turning customers into subscribers.” – Ron Shah, CFO/COO at Hodges-Mace
Liz Sophia discusses how she utilized Hodges-Mace policy of providing each employee with two paid days off each year for volunteer work by helping Chastain Horse Park.
Most people don’t understand that health insurance is really three things rolled into one. The first thing you get when you purchase health insurance is access to discounted healthcare, the second thing you get when you purchase health insurance is protection from catastrophic losses due to medical expenses, and the third component of health insurance is where all the decisions are made.
Recently, our CFO & COO, Ron Shah, and our SVP of Marketing, Liz Sophia, joined Debbie Qaqish to talk about the importance of financial accountability. We have the top quotes and full interview for you here.
When it comes to enrolling new hires in benefits, the same positive messaging should apply. Employers should consider treating the onboarding process more like an orientation experience and less like a sign-up or registration process. We discuss key tactics for employers to reach out to their staff for benefits assistance.
Each time we touch base with an employee at one of our clients, we have the chance to show our clients that we take pride in the way we do things. The Hodges-Mace difference is that we genuinely care about our clients, their employees, and their employees’ families.