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Employee Education

Educating your employees and making them better health care consumers has never been more important than it is today. Employee education includes:

  • The true cost of health care and the effect it has on the whole organization
  • The impact of individual health on an employee’s entire family
  • What tools employees have at their disposal to improve and manage their own health
  • Access to online decision-making tools

Employee Benefit Statements

Do your employees know the full value of the benefits you provide? These hidden paycheck items can often amount to 40% or more of an individual’s total compensation. Hollis Companies can create fully customized individual benefit statements showing employees the true cost and value of their benefits.
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Employee Surveys

Employee input in your benefit decisions is often difficult to obtain. Hollis Companies can develop customized confidential surveys to explore employee attitudes and opinions about their benefits. We provide both mail-in and on-line surveys ranging from a full benefit plan assessment to a single issue questionnaire.
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Regulatory Compliance

Navigating the complexities of federal and state regulations can be burdensome to your business. The Hollis Team members are experts in benefit regulatory compliance. Through our internal expertise and strategic partnerships we can help you with all of your compliance issues including ERISA, HIPAA, PPACA, COBRA, state continuation, discrimination testing and others.

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Hollis Companies provides a full array of benefits consulting services for both large and small employers. We begin by developing an overall strategic plan for your organization based on your individual needs. We then concentrate on designing a benefits program to fit those needs and negotiate with the major carriers on your behalf to find the most cost effective method to fund the program. Emphasis is placed on plan design, claims data analysis,  targeted disease management programs,  and robust wellness initiatives.

Group Benefits

  • Health

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Short Term Disability

  • Long Term Disability

  • Life/AD&D

  • Supplemental Life

  • Worksite Benifits 

  • Executive Compensation Packages


Wellness Initiatives

Wellness programs can take many forms and can be as simple or as complex as your company desires. Many basic wellness programs are available at no cost to the employer, while more robust ones may charge a small amount for their services.

Many employers aren’t aware that their health insurance provider usually offers many wellness services for free.  Some carriers and other wellness companies even offer free online Personal Health Assessments to anyone interested.

Employee participation in wellness programs is voluntary but incentives can and should be provided.  These incentives can take the form of lower or subsidized insurance premiums, health and fitness gifts with the company logo,  or subsidized memberships to gyms and fitness centers.

Basic wellness programs include:

  • lnformation on Diet and Nutrition
  • Promotion of regular physical exercise
  • Smoking Cessation Programs
  • Health Risk Assessments

More robust wellness programs also include:

  • Onsite biometric screenings of employees to measure blood pressure,  cholesterol and body fat.
  • Health coaches to work one-on-one with high risk individuals.
  • Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) to help employees cope with stress relating to problems such as marital,  financial,  legal,  etc.