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- work from home
Thanks to the coronavirus crisis, a political hot potato that is healthcare reform has been sitting largely untouched for months.
Are you the type of broker who firmly believes in never wasting an opportunity to expand your book of business? If so, are you on social media?
The landscape of employee benefits can seem like a vast wilderness to your clients. Many don't know where to start looking for benefits packages.
We have put together a list of the changes that we believe are worthy of keeping an eye on in 2021.
A survey from 2018 indicated that some 70% of all U.S. employees worked outside the office at least one day per week.
Sales prospects are a lot like water. If they stand still for too long, they begin to stagnate.
As a broker, you are always looking for ways to grow your business.
The pain points associated with health coverage cause friction between employer and employee.
Being a broker in 2021 is not necessarily going to be harder than it was in 2020.
The better the benefits, the more you appreciate the experience of working for that company.
A serious medical incident at work is likely to trigger an appropriate response among employees.