IFEBP

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IFEBPInternational Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
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Our research highlights that while employee engagement is increasing, plan sponsors should continue to evaluate new methods of stimulating interest in saving for retirement," said Michael Wilson, chief executive officer, IFEBP and ISCEBS.
Mental health coverage may not sound nontraditional: the IFEBP study showed that 80 percent of businesses surveyed offer employee assistance programs (which commonly provide mental health treatment services), and 62 percent offer mental health coverage as part of their medical benefits.
Nearly 63 percent of the businesses in the IFEBP survey report offering some form of tuition reimbursement.
According to the IFEBP survey, 57 percent of employers surveyed sponsor community charity drives.
IFEBP finds that just over 50 percent of employers offer this stress-reducing and community-building option, while noting that many employers have offered similar events long before anyone considered the wellness aspect of an office party.
8220;I am honored to be selected as a committee member for IFEBP, the largest and most active employee benefit plan organization in the nation,” Davidson said.
Copies of True Group Long-Term Care can be purchased through the IFEBP by contacting:
3]Citing a dramatic upswing in the population of aging Americans, the book, published by the IFEBP, takes dead aim at the financial shortfall that bedevils current state and federal programs and threatens emerging plans.
3]Jonathan Shreve will be signing copies of True Group Long-Term Care at the IFEBP Conference on Thursday, December 2nd at 12:15pm in the Registrations Area of Hall 1 at the Morial Convention Center, New Orleans.
The book can be purchased through the IFEBP by contacting: Erin Schlitz at 262-786-6710, ext.
Shreve will lead the long-term care roundtable at the IFEBP annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, September 19 - 22, 2004.
She has also earned a Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) designation by the IFEBP and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.