Investment Solutions and Other Risk Optimization Strategies (Online Seminar)

Investment Solutions and Other Risk Optimization Strategies (Online Seminar)

Discover how your plan can:

  • Achieve a higher return/benefit for the same level of risk.
  • Maintain the same level of benefits with lower risk.
  • Optimize risk to the benefit of your members.

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Highlights From the Apples & Oranges MEPP Benchmarking Study Revealed (Online Seminar)

Highlights From the Apples & Oranges MEPP Benchmarking Study Revealed (Online Seminar)

  • Would you like to know how your pension plan’s benefit and contribution rates compare to other plans?
  • Is your plan getting the biggest bang for the buck?  Are the benefits top quartile, bottom quartile, or something in-between?
  • How efficient your risk profile is relative to others?

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Time to Flip it Around – Wellness Beyond the Corporate World

Time to Flip it Around – Wellness Beyond the Corporate World

 

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Canadian organizations generally have no problem investing in new equipment and maintaining technologies.  They have maintenance contracts for their most expensive machinery and software.  Yet when it comes to their “most valuable resources”, their human resources, they expect Joe Average and Jane Average to fend for themselves.

As Canadians, we have a mixed blessing.  We do not see the true cost of ill-health. Our provincial health care system picks up the brunt of the tab, making it invisible to most Canadians.  International studies show that our total health care spending is over 11% of GDP, placing us in the top five countries for health care spending (CIHI Spending and Health Workforce, 2014).  Doesn’t that just mean we have a good health care system?  Maybe, but the Conference Board of Canada’s health report card ranks us only 10th out of 17 peer countries for overall health outcome.  There is much room for improvement.

Please click on the following link to download the full article in PDF format:

Wellness Beyond the Corporate World

To learn more about PBI’s benchmarking studies, visit http://pbibenchmarking.ca/

PBI publishes Canadian Member Benefits Benchmark Report

PBI publishes Canadian Member Benefits Benchmark Report

The PBI Canadian Member Benefits Health and Wellness Group Programs – 2013 Benchmark Report has now been published. It was built to provide objective insights to non-corporate managers of benefit plans.  Our inaugural report captures information on 80,000 members representing a cross-section by geography and industry.

To learn more about PBI’s benchmarking studies, visit pbibenchmarking.ca

It’s Time for Another Look at Benchmarking

It’s Time for Another Look at Benchmarking

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According to Wikipedia, benchmarking is the process of comparing one’s business processes and performance metrics to industry bests or best practices from other industries. In the context of group insurance or health and wellness benefits, benchmarking surveys and relative value indices have traditionally been the domain of corporate HR. Benchmarking reports provide a comparison of one benefit plan against a comparable universe of plans. Some would argue that looking at what everyone else offers is equivalent to driving using only your rear view mirror, which could in turn, encourage mediocrity. However, benchmarking a benefits plan can provide several insights into a plan, engaging key stakeholders and ultimately:

  • improving understanding of real priorities and opportunities of each program;
  • minimizing disagreement around the true objectives of programs; and
  • promoting discussion based on data rather than assumptions.

Regardless of whether comparisons are used to change or to justify a lack of change, benchmarking reports have become the standard tool for benefit plan management.

For the complete article in PDF format: It’s Time for Another Look at Benchmarking.

To learn more about PBI’s benchmarking studies visit http://pbibenchmarking.ca/ 

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