5 things you’re not getting from your benefits technology provider – BenefitsPro

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If you’re reading this, chances are that you recently completed your company’s open enrollment. And if the mere mention of open enrollment makes you shudder, you likely feel what we in the industry call “technology regret,” that overwhelming sense of disbelief that you had to go through yet another year with a less-than-stellar benefits technology solution.
For some, it’s the unnecessary manual labor involved in their OE process; for others, it’s the headache of knowing that their system hasn’t kept up with their needs.
If this sounds like you, there’s good news: it doesn’t have to be this way. Here are five things you’re probably not getting from your benefits technology provider (but should be):
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Lauren Sausser | August 02, 2022
Nationally, only about 1 in 10 workers have access to employer programs that cover some or all of the costs for child care services — either on the job site or off. The health sector seems to be doing more: About one-third of U.S. hospitals offer child care benefits.
Becky Seefeldt | August 05, 2022
By taking a continuous and proactive approach throughout the year, companies can ensure that employees are always aware of the resources and support available to them.
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The Deadliest Gap in Care for Women: Are you aware of the gender gap in heart health, and are you taking steps to close it for your employees?
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