The CARES Act is a bill passed by the U.S. government on March 27, 2020, that provides several provisions to assist individuals and businesses dealing with the coronavirus COVID-19 and the economic impact of it. CARES stands for The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
Healthcare costs continue to rise and take more money from the pockets of businesses and employees alike. The good news is there are ways you and your employees can save money for both prescriptions and some healthcare services. Let’s take a look.
Open enrollment for health benefits can be a daunting time for your HR department and employees alike. There can be a lot of confusion about what benefits are available, whether employees should change them, and so forth. First Day Films can help with this process, and we will describe below how our services can benefit your company. Some items to consider for open enrollment include:
The coronavirus COVID-19 is changing the landscape of the workplace around the world. Companies such as groceries and drugstores try to remain open to provide essential services, while many companies are quickly converting to a virtual workplace by having employees work from home. This is becoming more important as evidence continues to mount that social interaction can quickly spread the virus through people who have no symptoms.
When your employees are considering open enrollment options they may have questions about their providers and services First Day Films can help! First Day Films will assist you during open enrollment with video production that addresses common questions. Some of those questions might include:
Offering choices in health insurance plans can help with employee retention and job satisfaction. Employees may feel as though their employer cares more for them if they aren’t forced into a one-size-fits-all health plan. They also feel empowered when they have choices and can be involved in their healthcare decisions. Below are some ways companies can offer health plan customization: