August Webinar: Money Talks – Stop It from Saying Goodbye

Woman at laptopBelow is information that can be shared with your employees.

For most of us, good financial health plays an important role in our overall wellness and supports a healthy lifestyle. By taking control of your financial health, you’ll gain the information and confidence to make informed decisions about your finances and investments. Continue reading

FOR OREGON/WASHINGTON: Enhanced Access to Commercial Group Agreement (Plan Contract) and Evidence of Coverage (EOC) Now Available on Health Net’s Website

jeune-femme-poste-de-travail_jpgHealth Net’s website has been updated so employers and brokers can access the commercial Plan Contract and EOC.

The new online access is available at the same time the documents are mailed to employers.

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July Webinar: Good Night, Sleep Tight

motherdaughteronsofawithlaptop_jpgAccording to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), nearly 70 million Americans suffer from a range of sleep problems that can cause potential health risks if not taken seriously. Continued lack of sleep has been linked to diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, and heart disease. To help shed light on the subject, Health Net is offering a telephone/webinar-based class on July 19, 2017 Continue reading

Enjoy a Safe July 4 Celebration

HN 4th of July_girl with flag_627048Here’s some information your employees may find helpful in planning for a safe and fun Independence Day.

This weekend, as I gear up for Fourth of July festivities, I remind myself just how important it is to celebrate safely. While fireworks are a staple of July 4 celebrations and are spectacular to look at with your loved ones, they need to be handled properly to avoid injury. Continue reading

Absenteeism: When it’s more than calling in sick

Sick LeaveOccasional absences from work are unavoidable; people get sick or injured, have to take care of others, or need time during business hours to handle personal business. Excessive absenteeism, however, can present a real challenge to employers.

Absenteeism is defined as the habitual pattern of absence from the workplace. It costs U.S. companies billions of dollars each year. 1 Continue reading