Gamification and Open Enrollment | VA Benefits Agents

Open enrollment season is upon us and many companies are choosing to host “virtual benefits fairs” instead of the traditional “walk and talk” fairs. Open enrollment meetings have turned into live streaming events or recorded webinars. Incentivizing employee participation in these areas can come in a variety of ways but the newest trend is gamification. … Continued

How to be an Open Enrollment Rockstar | VA Employee Benefits Partners

 It’s the most wonderful time of the year. No, it’s not Christmas—it’s Open Enrollment!! When the autumn leaves fall and the weather turns cooler, we know it’s time to start thinking of open enrollment hype and meetings and meetings and meetings. So how do you change normal and ordinary communication about employee benefits and change … Continued

How to Add a Spouse to Health Insurance | Virginia Benefit Advisors

Adding a spouse to your existing health insurance policy can become necessary after marriage, job loss, or change of employment. Typically, changes to a policy may be made only once a year during a period typically known as “open enrollment.” According to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, changes may be made at any point … Continued

It’s Open Enrollment Time! | Virginia Benefit Advisors

Fall.  With it comes cooler temperatures’, falling leaves, warm seasonal scents like turkey and pumpkin pie, and Open Enrollment.  It goes without saying; employees who understand the effectiveness of their benefits are much more pleased with those packages, happier with their employers, and more engaged in their work. So, as your company gears up for … Continued

What Is Disability Medicare Supplemental Insurance? | VA Employee Benefits

Because your Medicare benefits often require a copayment or may be limited in the amount of coverage per year, a Medicare supplement insurance plan can be purchased to cover the gaps in Medicare coverage. These supplemental insurance plans–called Medigap plans–are available from private insurers. If you are a Medicare beneficiary because you are 65 or … Continued