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OneDigital's Top 7 Employee Benefits Topics of 2017

Reflecting on the Most Popular Blog Posts of the Past Year

Fresh thinking is the fabric of OneDigital, and as the benefits landscape continues to evolve, it pays to have an insider perspective from our experts across the country. For us, it is invaluable to learn what resonated with our audiences as we continue working to provide peace of mind heading into 2018.

Here are the Top 7 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2017:

1. Employers #1 Concern In 2017

As I watched the state-by-state results of the 2016 Presidential Election roll in, I realized that this, like all elections, was history in the making. Americans passionately turned out in record-breaking numbers and stood in long lines to cast their vote in one of the most emotionally-charged and closest races in history. Whether you were a proponent of either, or neither, of the Presidential candidates it is clear that America has spoken. Click here to read more…

2. Zenefits Selects OneDigital As First Benefits Brokerage Partner

Atlanta, GA and San Francisco, CA, September 21, 2017 – OneDigital Health and Benefits, the nation’s largest employee benefits-only company, and Zenefits today announced a groundbreaking partnership that will give Zenefits and OneDigital customers access to the unique combination of the industry’s best technology platform and more than 1,000 experienced benefits advisors across the country. Click here to read more…

3. Open Enrollment 101: How To Improve Your Employee Experience

It’s that time of year again—Open Enrollment (OE) season is upon us. This can be a stressful time for both employees and employers. In fact, the 2017 ALEX Benefits Communication Survey showed that 36% of the employees polled say the open enrollment process at their company is extremely confusing and 49% of employees whose companies offer health insurance, say making health insurance decisions is always very stressful for them. Click here to read more…

4. Health Insurance Requirements For Employers With Interns & Temporary Workers

Businesses that employ interns or other temporary workers may question whether they are obligated to offer health insurance to these employees. The answer to this question may depend on a number of factors, including whether the intern or temporary worker is paid or unpaid, full-time or part-time, and whether the employer is an applicable large employer under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Click here to read more…

5. First Quarter Compliance Checklist

Regardless of the impact 2017 will have on the future of healthcare, there are still a number of areas employers will need to ensure they are remaining compliant this first quarter. Click here to read more…

6. 6 Ways To Kick-Start Global Employee Health And Fitness Month

This May, we will once again celebrate Global Employee Health and Fitness Month, promoting the benefits of a healthy lifestyle to employers and their employees. In supporting this initiative, companies will be recognizing the importance of physical activity as an important driver of employee health, satisfaction and overall business performance. Click here to read more…

7. Can An Employer Offer Different Benefits To Different Groups Of Employees?

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) prohibits group health plans and group health insurance issuers from discriminating against individuals with regard to eligibility, premiums, or coverage based upon a health status-related factor. Click here to read more…

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