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Employee Benefit News for School, City and County Employers

Carolyn Wonders

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In a world of constant interruption, regular onslaught of emails and ever increasing bids for our attention, schools, cities, and counties are finding it harder than ever to connect with employees. That’s when we call in Carolyn Wonders. Carolyn heads up NIS’ Marketing Team, who creates and executes employee benefit communications for NIS’ growing list of clients.

Recent Articles by Carolyn Wonders

Are employers required to accommodate medical marijuana use?

In SHRM’s article, Weed at Work: Must Employers Accommodate Medical Use?” they examine workplace accommodations for medical marijuana use.

Reducing Healthcare Cost through Physician Quality Data: Prescribed Anxiety Meds Have a Substantial Impact on Health Care Utilization

National Insurance Services has partnered with Grand Rounds to help our clients reduce their health insurance claims. In this article, Grand Rounds discusses how high-quality physicians are less...

Are Your Employees Getting Their Recommended Colon Cancer Screenings?

National Insurance Services has partnered with Grand Rounds to help our clients reduce their health insurance claims. In this article, Grand Rounds discusses that high-quality physicians are more...

Grand Rounds Helps Employees Avoid Opioid Abuse

National Insurance Services has partnered with Grand Rounds to help our clients reduce their health insurance claims. In this article, Grand Rounds discusses how they are helping to reverse the...

How to Get Employees to Read Your Benefit Communication

In a recent informal survey, we asked some of our customers what’s their biggest frustration about communicating benefits to employees. Their answers revolved around two main issues: 

The Generational Divide: Millennials and Health Insurance

Millennial workers (defined as born 1977-2000) view and use health benefits very differently than their baby boomer (1946-1965) and gen X (1966-1976) colleagues.

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Millennials in School, City, and County Jobs

As baby boomers retire, vacant spots will be filled by the next generation of workers – millennials. It is projected that millennials will be 50% of the labor force by 2020 and 75% by 2025. This...

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The Proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA): A First Look at ACA Repeal and Replace

The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee and the Energy and Commerce Committee proposed legislation on March 6, 2017 intended to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with the American...

2017 is the Year of Wellness [Infographic]

It’s estimated that over $2.2 trillion dollars each year is spent on chronic diseases, stress, work-related injuries and worker disengagement.1 School, city and county employers are combating...

Stay Informed! Your Guide to 2017 IRS Contribution Limits [Infographic]

National Insurance Services has created this handy reference for school, city and county administrators as a quick resource to the IRS contribution limits for your FSA, HRA, HSA, Retirement plans...