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  • 2016
  • Special Report
  • In this report, both brokers and employers provide information about their use of voluntary benefits, and more specifically, voluntary dental benefits. It is based on the results of a special online information exchange conducted in June 2016 among more than 300 brokers and exactly 300 employers. These benefits professionals share their opinions on non-medical, non-pension voluntary benefits offerings, the importance of attributes for voluntary dental insurance, advertising recall for voluntary dental insurance, and more.
  • 2016
  • Benefits Briefing
  • This Briefing contains the results of an online survey conducted among 307 brokers and 305 HR decision-makers in March and April 2016. Both groups provide insight into the medical evidence of insurability (MEOI) process for Supplemental, Optional, or Voluntary Group Life insurance. They both also share their thoughts on and experiences with wellness programs.
  • 2016
  • Benefits Briefing
  • This report compares and contrasts the views and opinions of brokers and HR decision-makers on the topic of one-to-one enrollment services. Based on the results of an online exchange conducted in March and April 2016, this report presents the results of more than 600 participants (301 brokers and 308 HR decision-makers). Where possible, historical comparisons are drawn to a previous NEBAF study.
  • 2015
  • Special Report
  • In this report, brokers and employers share their opinions about providers of non-medical employee benefits, as well as key characteristics of those providers. The report also contains information on readership of insurance-industry publications. Findings for this report are based on a survey conducted in September and October, 2015 among roughly 650 group employee specialists (346 employers and 301 brokers).
  • 2015
  • Benefits Briefing
  • Based on the results of an online survey conducted in April, 2015 among more than 600 benefits professionals, this report focuses on one-to-one enrollment services and outsourcing benefits administration. Brokers and employers share their opinions on important attributes for one-to-one enrollment, top of mind carriers for one-to-one enrollment and more. Participants also report on their experiences with the use of benefits administration platforms and private exchanges for outsourcing the administration of non-medical benefits.