RememberItNow! Wants a Few Benefits Leaders

Alex Bettencourt - December 8, 2010

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RememberItNow! Wants a Few Good Benefits Leaders

Are you a benefits manager willing to implement wellness programs; but lack the budget? Are you fighting to find an ROI to get your programs approved? Does the thrill of finding innovative, effective new benefits programs get your heart racing?

If you answered YES, to these questions, your company may be a perfect candidate for RememberItNow! (more…)

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Is There Such Thing as Guaranteeing ROI? Yes! With Employee Wellness

Alex Bettencourt - December 6, 2010

employeewellness Is There Such Thing as Guaranteeing ROI? Yes! With Employee Wellness

Is your glass half-empty when it comes to wellness programs? Maybe you think they’re a good idea, but haven’t gone out of your way to implement one. You may think, “Wellness programs aren’t that important.”

Think again. It’s time you fill that half-empty cup to the brim and make a toast to those wellness programs. Why? Because we have proof of their return on investment (ROI). (more…)

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RememberItNow! Gives Away Free eHealth Service to First 50 Employers to Sign Up

Alex Bettencourt - December 1, 2010

RememberItNow! is giving away free eHealth wellness service to the first 50 employers tosign up Friday, December 3rd, 2010 at 8:00 a.m. PST.

ORINDA, Calif. - November 30, 2010 - In spirit of the holidays, RememberItNow! shares free wellness service to first 50 employers to sign up Friday, December 3rd, 2010 at 8:00 a.m. PST. (more…)

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UBA Employee Opinion Survey Sheds Light on Wellness Programs

Alex Bettencourt - November 29, 2010

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In case you haven’t heard, the 2010 United Benefits Advisors (UBA) Employer Opinion Survey has been published and it’s quite the eye-opener! Conducted in October 1, 2009 to June 4, 2010, the UBA survey proves to be a valuable resource again for employers of small to midsize companies which represent the majority of the nation’s 5 million-plus employers.

If you happen to be one of those employers, we suggest taking a long glimpse into UBA’s Opinion Survey and see how your fellow colleagues are managing pertinent health plan standards and milestones. The survey is an excellent resource to help you make important decisions about benefits.

The survey also reveals more employers (44% of them) are able to afford their (more…)

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Wellness Programs - Something to Jump For

Alex Bettencourt - November 14, 2010

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If you are a self-funded employer, you probably understand the headache of covering medical costs; especially when it’s time to slice off the fat of your budget. Unfortunately, many employers go straight to their wellness programs.

You might as well be reaching for your aorta. Even though you can’t see the largest artery in your body, it’s the most important organ supplying you with life-saving oxygen throughout your body. (more…)

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Care Giving from the Office - Our Published Report in Self Funding Magazine

Alex Bettencourt - July 30, 2010

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Vincent Van Gogh once said, “Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.”

What does this have to do with our recent report on long-distance care and employee health care costs? Well, when Self Funded Magazine decided to publish our report, “Care Giving from the Office“, we thought it was a great thing! (more…)

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RememberItNow! Improves Employee Productivity with eHealth Features

Alex Bettencourt - June 28, 2010

RememberItNow! eHealth service helps lessen the impact of caregiving from the office with new software features that increase employee productivity and provide peace of mind.

Orinda, CA - June 30, 2010- RememberItNow! LLC announced today new additions to their eHealth service, making long-distance care easier.

According to a 2009 study by AARP, over seven in ten caregivers were employed at some time when caregiving. Among them, two-thirds have gone in late, left early, or taken time off to deal with caregiving issues. That means 66% of caregivers are struggling to find a balance between work and care. (more…)

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TriNet HR Trends Survey - Q3 2009

Pamela Swingley - December 13, 2009

TriNet’s recent HR Trends survey provides insight into the challenges small businesses face in offering their employees healthcare benefits.

Most shocking, of the respondents who pay at least a portion of the health care premiums of their employees, 56.8% indicated that insurance consumes at least 1-5% of total revenues; another 19.3% indicated that it consumes 6-10%.  Wow.

And the cost continues to increase. 62.6% of respondents said their health care costs rose between 6-20% in the last year alone.

The survey also asked small businesses to share their expectations about the results of health care reform, once enacted. More than 70% believe reform will result in a program that is more complex than it is now and more than half fear that it will be more costly.

It’s never been easy to be a small business, but today the challenges are greater than ever. The adaptability and determination of small businesses is remarkable. Hey, we get it. We are a (very) small business too!

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TriNet partners with small companies to help them contain HR costs, minimize employer-related risks, relieve the administrative burden of HR – and keep their focus on business success.

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