(PRWEB) October 11, 2007
PRWEB) October 11, 2007 -- It’s no surprise that many organizations are finding it difficult to provide competitive and affordable employee benefit plans to attract and retain top talent. But the trend toward rising costs continues, with the National Coalition on Health Care finding the average health care cost per employee per year was $6,700, or $2 trillion nationally. This figure is expected to rise to $4 trillion by 2015.
Because every organization is so different, there is no one-size-fits-all formula to control employee health care costs. A host of options to consider exists in benefit plan design, and the latest WorldatWork publication, Managing Employee Health Care Costs: A Collection of Articles from WorldatWork, puts all these options into one source. This book is a compilation of timely articles that originally appeared in workspan and WorldatWork Journal in the past two years.
- Managing Prescription Costs
- Benefits Vendor Relationships
- Changing Employee Behavior
- Consumerism and Health Savings Accounts
- Health and Wellness Initiatives
- And more
This guide was compiled for the convenience of benefits and general HR practitioners and will provide new ideas and examples on how to manage escalating employee health care costs.
Managing Employee Health Care Costs: A Collection of Articles from WorldatWork. Leonard Sanicola, CCP, CBP, GRP, CEBS, SPHR, Editor. WorldatWork Press. 2007. Softcover. ISBN: 978-157963-1772
$29.95 USD Member ($39.95 nonmember) | e-book: $26.95 USD Member ($35.95 nonmember)
Media may request a complimentary copy of the book by sending an email to email@example.com.
The Total Rewards Association
WorldatWork (http://www.worldatwork.org) is an association of human resource professionals from FORTUNE 500 and other leading organizations worldwide focused on attracting, motivating and retaining employees.
Founded in 1955, WorldatWork provides practitioners with training and education to effectively design and implement strategies and practices in total rewards, including compensation, benefits, work-life, recognition, and career development. With offices in Scottsdale, Arizona and Washington, D.C., WorldatWork supports its 30,000 members and professionals in 75 countries with thought leadership, publications, research and community. WorldatWork administers certification through the WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals.
The WorldatWork group of registered marks includes: WorldatWork®, workspan®, Certified Compensation Professional or CCP®, Certified Benefits Professional® or CBP, Global Remuneration Professional or GRP®, Work-Life Certified Professional or WLCP®, WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals®, and Alliance for Work-Life Progress® or AWLP®.
WorldatWork Journal, WorldatWork Press and Telework Advisory Group are part of the WorldatWork family.
E-mail: eryan @ worldatwork.org
This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.