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Benefits 101: What Is Critical Illness Insurance? | Pennsylvania Benefits Partners

Critical illness insurance is known by many names: heart attack insurance, catastrophic illness insurance and sick insurance are just a few. No matter what it’s called, it’s designed to guard against the financial costs of a serious disease or condition. As the average life expectancy in the United States continues to increase, insurance brokers are … Continued

Top Benefit Trends for 2024 | PA Benefits Advisors

The challenges that influenced the benefits landscape in 2023 persist—perhaps even more so. Rising costs, due to inflation and increasing health care prices, will continue to present challenges this new year.  But employers who understand the benefits landscape for 2024 can mold their approach for the upcoming year. A new year means revisiting your existing … Continued

Benefits Breakdown February 2024 | PA Employee Benefits Advisors

2024 Attraction and Retention Trends to Monitor This year, the labor market is expected to ease somewhat, although employers will likely still struggle to attract and retain talented employees. Here are four attraction and retention trends employers should watch in 2024 to prepare their strategies for the next year: Skills-based hiring—Many employers are refocusing their … Continued

Know Your Insurance: Insuring Your Personal Property | Pennsylvania Benefits Agents

Insuring Your Personal Property When it comes to money matters, no one likes to be surprised by the feeling that they’ve been shortchanged. That’s why it’s important that you understand how your insurance policy responds to potential personal property losses. When insuring your personal possessions on your homeowners or renters insurance policy, you have one … Continued

Benefits Breakdown January 2024 | PA Benefits Team

4 Key Trends Driving Employer Health Care Costs in 2024 Amid ongoing inflation pressures, employees and employers alike can expect their health care costs to increase in 2024. Global professional services firm Aon reported that health care costs for employers will grow by 8.5% in 2024 (to more than $15,000 per employee), nearly double 2023’s … Continued

Benefits Buzz January 2024 | Pennsylvania Benefits Agency

Health Plans Must Expand Price Comparison Tool for 2024 Beginning in 2024, group health plans and health insurance issuers must expand the internet-based price comparison tool they make available to participants, beneficiaries and enrollees so that it includes all covered items, services and drugs. The purpose of this tool is to provide consumers with real-time … Continued

2024 Workers’ Compensation Insurance Market Outlook | Pennsylvania Benefits Team

Profitable underwriting results have generated favorable conditions across the workers’ compensation insurance segment for nearly a decade. According to the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI), the segment produced a combined ratio of 87 in 2022, demonstrating continued profitability. These conditions pressed on in 2023, but industry experts reported that reserve redundancies stemming from reduced … Continued

Year-Round Benefits Education | Pennsylvania Benefits Partners

For most organizations, employee benefits communication kicks into high gear during open enrollment season. During this time, there is a surge in emails, educational webinars, fliers throughout the office, and a barrage of forms demanding signatures. Post open enrollment, however, employees often receive minimal information about their benefits. While sporadic email updates or new laminated … Continued

The Basics of Property Insurance | PA Benefits Advisors

Your livelihood is dependent on the survival of your business, so it is imperative that you protect it against any potential threat—big or small. For instance, a fire could destroy your business’s warehouse and the contents inside, or a burst frozen pipe could damage important documents and valuable papers. Worse, you could have trouble paying … Continued

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