Strength in numbers: Maximize benefits ROI by coordinating EAP, work-life programs

April 2011
Employee Benefit News;Apr2011, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p14
The article discusses the benefits of employee benefits integration. Benefit integration is the coordination of any combination of employee benefits that were previously separated from one another. As mentioned, employee engagement rates tend to double and triple with integrated programs. As mentioned, when employee engagement is high, employers get desired return on investment in the form of lower health care costs, improved morale, and increased productivity.


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