California Large Group Starting Line-Up portfolio refreshed and ready for 2018

Broker meetingHealth Net is pleased to announce that our Starting Line-Up (SLU) portfolio is refreshed and ready for 2018 plan year selling! SLU is built to last; it continues to offer simple, sustainable and low-cost benefit solutions that keep employees healthy and companies going strong – helping you sustain enduring client relationships that power your business. Continue reading

Prostate cancer – to monitor or treat?

Doctor and male patientCancer is in the news every day. Here is some information about prostate cancer that your clients may find useful.

 
Every year, more than 160,000 men in the United States are diagnosed with prostate cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among American men.  Continue reading

Managing a multigenerational workforce

Group of business people at the officeThe following information may be of use to your commercial clients:

There’s a lot of discussion now about the Millennial generation in the workplace, as members of this group form a growing percentage of the employee base. Smart businesses learn how to bring out the best in their people across all generational lines.

While generational differences can pose business challenges, they may provide opportunity as well. Diversity of thought leads to a more innovative work environment and new approaches and ideas. Consider these suggestions for recruiting and retaining talent in a workplace that can now span up to five generations. Continue reading

Diabetes education and screening outreach calls

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To help promote awareness of the importance of diabetes-related screenings, on August 29 Health Net began reaching out to approximately 7,000 of our commercial members in Arizona, California and Oregon who are identified as diabetic.

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Is job insecurity making employees sick?

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Job-related stress is causing the American workforce to suffer from both physical and mental ailments, according to new research from Ball State University.1 This study indicates that heart disease, loss of sleep and psychological distress are common among employees who feel their jobs are not secure.

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