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Ansay & Associates’ 4-Step Approach to Managing Health Risks for Companies 

  1. Identify Needs and Risk Factors of Employee Health Our unique health risk assessment (HRA) program arms you with the crucial data you need for best results 
  2. Develop Strategies to Mitigate Risk and Satisfy Needs  HRA data in hand, we’ll work with you to craft benefit and proactive wellness plans to lower the risk for you AND your people
  3. Design & Implement New Best-fit Benefits Programs Our consultants are by your side as new reduced-risk benefit programs are instituted for smooth rollout and happy employees
  4. Monitor & Adapt Plans for Ongoing Success We know public health concerns can change fast. Ansay’s consultants help you keep on top of new or changing health risks of your team

Health Risk Management Services Include:

Customer First Service Approach

Access to a dedicated HR Consultant and Compliance Attorney available via phone or email to answer questions, and provide recommendations to mitigate risk.

Benefit Plan Documents

Enrollment guides, wrap documents, and summary of benefit and/or material modification documents customized for the plans offered to your employees.

Compliance Calendar & Updates

Stay updated with compliance changes by receiving a compliance calendar and regular updates as regulations change and new regulations arise.

Policy & Procedure Recommendations

Keep your employee handbook and/or policies and procedures relevant through review and recommendations to revise

Ansay HR Info Express

A high-tech portal designed with access to thousands of legal outlines, draft policies, legal summaries, compliance toolkits, peer community, total compensation statements, and a compliance calendar.

Ansay Learning

Access to an online portal including more than 200 courses available ranging from required annual trainings to professional development options.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to Frequently Asked Employee Benefit Planning Questions

What are the most common types of employee benefits?

The most common types of employee benefits are health insurance, retirement plans, paid time off, and workplace flexibility.

What are "fringe benefits"?

Fringe benefits are any type of employee benefit that is not directly related to the job or workplace. Common examples of fringe benefits include health insurance, retirement plans, paid time off, meal subsidization, and personal use of company property.

What is a voluntary benefit?

A voluntary benefit is any type of employee benefit that is not required by law. Voluntary benefits are typically offered by employers as a way to attract and retain employees. Common examples of voluntary benefits include health insurance, life insurance, and retirement plans.

What is an employee benefit plan?

An employee benefit plan is a set of rules that govern the way an employer provides benefits to its employees. Benefit plans are typically created by the employer and define the eligibility requirements, covered benefits, and terms of coverage.

How can I find out more about Ansay & Associates' employee benefits tools and services?

For more information about our employee benefits tools and services, please contact us today.

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