America's largest companies
play by a different set of rules
They hire in-house experts in benefits, technology, and change management. They give them cutting-edge tools. And they tie compensation to employee satisfaction and cost containment. This playbook works. These employers pay less and get more for their healthcare dollars. But only a handful of companies can afford this.
We studied the plan designs, technology, and best practices from the nation’s largest companies and adapted them to work for small-to-midsize employers.
This year, we saved companies between 8 and 22% on their benefits, while lowering co-pays and deductibles for employees.
After a year of working from home, going into the office may look different than it did pre-pandemic. To help the process run smoothly, here are eight steps you can take to prepare for in-office life (again).
Delta's Managing Director for Global Rewards (and Nava Advisor) shares her return-to-office plan, as well as tips on scaling these guidelines to work for companies of any size.
Imagine shopping for a product where it's nearly impossible to find customer reviews. Where you aren't told the price until you've already paid for it. Where that price varies as much as 20x, depending on which state, city, and store you're in, and where there are no returns, warranties, or quality information available. What we're describing here is the every-day experience of most Americans navigating the US healthcare system, and this is our story about how we're setting out to fix it.