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Solving the Bonus Dilemma

To give a bonus, or to not give a bonus? As bonuses trend down, more employers are asking themselves this question. The negative spotlight that has been recently cast on executive compensation makes this understandable. But the choice to forgo bonuses would be less of a blow if that loss was being made up by [...]

2017-12-06T16:29:46-05:00May 3rd, 2016|All, Health & Business|1 Comment

Executive Physicals: First Line of Defense

You know that it’s important to protect top talent with preventative care, (we’ve covered the basics here and here). But how can you catch those seemingly invisible signs of illness early? With a convenient, powerful executive physical. Let’s Look at the Facts According to a study by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and [...]

2017-12-06T16:29:46-05:00April 28th, 2016|All, Health & Business, Specialty Care|4 Comments

The 3 P’s of Safe Travel

In an increasingly global society, more and more people are traveling internationally and domestically for a multitude of reasons, from vacations and business trips to study abroad and volunteerism. Whatever the reason you decide to jet away to new lands, make sure your trip will be a safe one. The Center for Disease Control outlines [...]

2016-11-09T22:13:14-05:00April 26th, 2016|All, Travel Safety|1 Comment

Look Back and Spring Forward: Reflecting on Your Healthcare Benefits Strategy

It’s finally starting to feel like spring in our hometown of Hunt Valley, Maryland. For many, this time of year means spring cleaning. But for those of you uninterested in channeling your inner Mr. Clean, the change in season is also typically a time for reflection and change. Sound better than picking up a broom? [...]

Retirement Doesn’t Have to Mean No Benefits

What do we all hope inevitably follows the decades of work that we put in? That’s right, retirement. But a major concern facing all potential retirees is the rising health costs that are continuing to inflate. Retirees must confront this issue head-on without the health benefits that they had grown accustomed to from their company. [...]

Higher Health Risk for Top Talent

Protecting top talent is important for many reasons. For one, when they get sick, the disruptions cause a ripple effect that trickles down to the entire company. But the leaders of your company are also at a higher risk for health issues than other employees and, therefore, they need special protection. Quick Review Who are top [...]

2017-12-06T16:29:48-05:00April 14th, 2016|All, Health & Business|3 Comments

Second Opinions: Don’t Feel Bad

Facing a diagnosis, serious or not, can be overwhelming. One tenth of newly diagnosed patients rarely, and sometimes never, understand their diagnosis. And whether you understand it or not, treatment can start moving quickly. You may feel stuck on your path, along for the ride. But what if you aren’t sure about your diagnosis or [...]

2016-11-23T15:32:46-05:00April 12th, 2016|All, Specialty Care|0 Comments

Travel Pet Protection: For When the Going Gets Ruff

For some of us, our pets are our family. They are our companions. They cheer us up at the end of a long day and are there the next morning to encourage us, tail wagging or tongue licking, to get out of bed. We even bring them on vacation! Our pets are always there for [...]

2016-11-23T15:34:48-05:00April 7th, 2016|Travel Safety|0 Comments

Make Health Benefits the Next Trendy Recruitment Tool

Following Generation Y to the job market was a rush of ‘cool company culture.’ Perks like lounge areas, free food, and open and trendy office space became popular recruitment tools. Emulating the Google headquarters was the ideal goal. But as increasing amounts of companies strive for and achieve this goal, it becomes less of a [...]