News for you: NueSynergy Insights, April 2018
ICYMI: NueSynergy announces partnership with Employee Navigator
As an innovative leader for over two decades in providing full-service administration of consumer-driven and traditional account-based plans, we're always looking for new ways at NueSynergy to raise the bar in benefit value and overall experience for our clients and employer partners. As part of these efforts, we've recently partnered with Employee Navigator, one of the fastest growing SaaS-based benefits and HR platforms in the United States.
Millennials and the consumer-driven health care market
Over the last decade, this shift in buyer expectations has altered the health care delivery landscape. It’s no secret health care organizations are moving towards participant-focused models. Millennials, in large part, are helping to influence this change. For example, they are more likely than other generations to seek out alternative health care options and research plan options, doctor/hospital ratings and cost of care before utilizing the services.
Q: What happens to my HSA after employment ends?
Since your HSA is owned by you and not your employer, your HSA remains available to you even after termination. This means that you can continue to use your HSA for qualified expenses even after your termination. Your ability to continue contributing to your HSA will be dependent on whether you choose to enroll in an HSA-qualified health insurance plan either through your new employer or through an individual policy.
5 ways to transform work gossip into positive communication
Work gossip. We've all heard it. Some of us have spread it -- whether it took place in the break room, via text or email. While gossip can be detrimental to the workplace, there are ways for leaders to redirect this destructive habit into channels for positive change.
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