Technology’s Role in Reducing Costs Associated with Employee Benefits

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Chelsea Evans Jones, sHRBP, HCS, SWP Human Capital Strategist

Looking to reduce costs when it comes to employee benefits? In today’s world, we understand that some healthcare costs can’t be avoided… Administrative costs associated with employee benefits doesn’t have to be one of them!

One of the easiest ways companies can reduce the administrative costs associated with the delivery and management of employee benefits is to automate as much of the process as possible. Technological advances are changing the workplace and now, more than ever, employees use their smartphones and tablets to access information. Studies show that 79% of individuals between the ages of 30-49 are smartphone users and 85% of individuals between the ages of 18-29 are smartphone users.

Take advantage of today’s mobile trend by going paperless with SIA Group’s secure and interactive web-based benefits operating system. Employees will have access to a marketplace that combines management, education, and enrollment of company benefits. Our online platform eliminates the hassle of day-to-day benefits administration and provides an easy, seamless experience for all employees. You invest a lot of money in your employees’ healthcare. Our online portal will help them truly understand the value you are offering.

Our system’s mission is to inspire employees to engage with their health and wellbeing through a revolutionary health-as-a-service platform. Through the use of our innovative web portal and mobile app, employees can engage and access health and benefits products in order to leverage data for more informed health solutions, cutting costs and improving health!

Contact SIA Group today if you are frustrated by the various challenges associated with the management and communication of your employee benefit programs!

Sources: http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/04/01/6-facts-about-americans-and-their-smartphones/www.tech.firstspot.com/news-analysis/smartphone-users-check-their-phones-an-average-of-150-times-a-day-86984.html