51% of employees and 66% of job seekers feel that a strong benefits package is the most significant factor for determining whether to accept a job offer.
Every organization with an employee benefits program needs a trusted advisor as a support system for keeping up with constantly changing HR, financial, and insurance industry requirements and regulations.
As part of our Strategic Benefits Roadmap, our team of consultants continually work to keep our clients’ benefit programs and administration compliant with federal and state regulations. This is done through in-house monitoring of changes in regulations by our Compliance officer holding a Masters degree in Health Compliance Law, and timely communication of any relevant legislative changes to our clients.
Consiliarium Group also partners with a local, but nationally recognized law firm carrying extensive ERISA experience for more complex compliance issues that arise.
Consiliarium Group’s compliance tools and resources include:
The team at Consiliarium takes great pride in their ability to identify an HR team’s pain points and then implement solutions leveraging our size, relationships and expertise within the insurance and HR Technology space.
These solutions often include implementation of HR & Benefits Administration technology systems with features including:
In addition, Consiliarium offers our clients an in-house employee advocacy line where your employees receive laminated cards with our contact information so that rather than interrupting you with their benefit questions or claims disputes, we can assist them instead.
For ongoing open enrollment and new hire support, Consiliarium provides in person open enrollment support and a consolidated benefit booklet for employees ease of understanding and reference.
The one consistent message we hear from all our clients is surrounding the challenges they face in attracting and retaining talent. Our team has a track-record of helping our clients differentiate themselves in a competitive environment by providing the following to them: