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Feel empowered with transparency, control and choice
A Little About Employees First
A Market Solution
A quick look at Employees First's what, why, and how.
A New Way Forward
A look at our vision and what inspired it.
An Introduction to Employees First
We deliver a big impact with minimal disruption to you or your employees. Here's what's the same, different and better about our model.
Why Consider Employees First?
Nine reasons why we think you should ...
Our Benefits-Captive-as-a-Service™ Model
With our Benefits-Captive-as-a-Service™ model, you as the plan fiduciary gain control of the “found dollars,” and you have the ability to choose how to use them to enhance employee benefits:
1. Lower plan cost
2. Raise plan value through more paid claims
3. Reinvest in additional benefits or plan expenses
Experience Rated Refunds?
Experience Rated Refunds (ERRs) are the plan dollars remaining after plan expenses and claims. Similar to a self-funded plan, these dollars are made available to the plan for reinvestment. The Plan Fiduciary can choose how to use these dollars, within allowable legal limits, to support overall benefit objectives:
Lower the plan cost so that employees pay less
Elevate the benefits so more dollars go toward paying claims
Fund additional value-add benefit programs for employees
Pay plan expenses like consulting, administration, etc.
Regardless of the decision, the dollars always go back to the employees, where they belong - not to insurance industry profit margins.
Employees First: Perspectives
These documents are highly proprietary and confidential and will be made available only to legal counsel.
This document is highly proprietary and confidential. The full version is available and will only be sent to specific members of your organization upon request.
Letter of Approval
A prohibited transaction Opinion Letter from Groom Law.
Specific-scope ERISA analysis memo by Tier 1 ERISA firm Foley and Lardner.
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