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Listed below are just a few excellent reasons to streamline your company's benefit program. They are as follows:

3 Excellent Reasons to Streamline Benefits

1. Reduce Risk (Financial and Legal Liability) - Close to 500 lawsuits are filed every day in the U.S. related to various employee benefit administrative issues. These lawsuits can be financially devastating to your business.

2. Reduce Staff Workload - The enrollment and management process of the various benefit plans you offer to your employees can burden your already busy HR person or dual role staff member.

3. Eliminate Mistakes - When the employees at your business who handle your benefits administration are also juggling multiple tasks and/or other duties, costly mistakes can and will occur.

GBS has a variety of programs and platforms to help your organization reduce unnecessary claim charges to your Plan while helping your employees make informed and financially sound healthcare decisions. These programs also include creating streamlined administrative packages for all plan benefit enrollments including initial and ongoing COBRA administration.

GBS programs result not only to free up valuable time your HR employees could be allocating to more profitable work, but also ensures all your benefits plans are compliant and eliminate costly election and data errors.

Request a proposal to learn more about how GBS can help your business streamline benefits.
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