I’m a sucker for a good Top 3, 5 or 10 list. Recently, I clicked on an article titled “5 Workplace Benefits Today’s Employees Want but Don’t Have”. Now, the majority of them are no-brainers, like Continue Reading
We all have the one conference or annual meeting that we really look forward to and enjoy attending. I was at one of those recently. Yes, there are insurance related conferences that are cool and fun to attend. I Continue Reading
Happy Tax Day! Especially small businesses. Where would we be without you? Without a job. Without basic public functions. Without charity organizations that are largely funded by small business Continue Reading
I stumbled across the May 2018 Reader’s Digest recently. Other than making me feel like Edith Bunker (those who know, know), I found the headline interesting. “50 Ways to Survive The Hospital.” The Continue Reading
“The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, not the servants of their households. Continue Reading
The term self-insurance in the context of group benefits elicits a visceral fear and anxiety among a number of employers. Whether it be the perception that they are “too small” to self-insure or they had a bad Continue Reading
Is offering group health insurance for employees still a benefit? In contemplating this question, I thought of ole Frederick Nietzsche and his philosophy of Amor Fati, meaning Love your Fate, all of it. In Continue Reading
I know that most of you don’t like thinking about the health insurance industry much less spending a week with people who have centered their profession around it. But, I actually get really energized about this Continue Reading
Employers, are you complicit in the worst public health crisis in 100 years? We’re talking about the opioid epidemic. Asking whether employers have played a role might seem far fetched, but it is the exact Continue Reading
Ah, insurance. It’s a topic that insights feelings of anger, frustration, confusion, boredom and resentment among individuals and employers alike. Everyone needs it, but no one looks forward to shopping for it. Continue Reading
Benefit advisors of Charleston is an HR and benefits consulting firm that aims to create a magnetic culture within organizations utilizing affordable and effective health and welfare plans for employees.
Our focus is on insurance and non-insurance based solutions that are attractive to teams and allow for easy and efficient administration of the benefits offered.