One size fits all sometimes means too small
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
Who's watching your data? 6 questions to ask a potential vendor
Graphic image of locks and keys with data 0s and 1s.
Data carries tremendous value, particularly in the holder’s reputation. So when it comes to choosing the organization who will be securing it, I use these 3 words of advice: Know. Your. Vendor. And ask questions. Here are 6 big ones.
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CATEGORY: Expert Advice
WRITTEN BY: Mark Aquilio
Still considering adding vision benefits for next year, but not sure what questions to ask? We've got you covered.
Work team making a plan on a glass board.
If you’re still thinking about adding vision benefits for next year, you’re taking a step in the right direction, because vision benefits can have a positive effect on overall employee health and wellness, job satisfaction and productivity. We’ve put together a few key things to compare and questions you could ask to make a well-informed decision.
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CATEGORY: Expert Advice
WRITTEN BY: Chad Prittie
Meet LevEye and see why digital video tools are a must to help employees decide to enroll
A video screen capture of LevEye, EyeMed's open enrollment concierge character.
One way employers can simplify and boost benefit enrollment is by offering the kind of innovative electronic tools employees favor...things that kick the intimidation factor to the curb—like interactive video.
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CATEGORY: Expert Advice
WRITTEN BY: Jessica Connor
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
One size fits all sometimes means too small