Making the Case for Employee-Covered Fertility Treatments

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Making the Case for Employee-Covered Fertility Treatments

One in eight women have fertility problems but most employers don't cover treamtent. Is this the next frontier in working parent benefits?

Fast Company magazine speaks to Engage's Dorothy Miraglia-King on the topic of new employee benefit trends, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF).

"We’re seeing a new focus on benefits for parents, such as IVF reimbursement," says Dorothy Miraglia-King, executive vice president of Engage PEO, a human resources outsourcing firm. "While there is heightened awareness of fertility benefits due to announcements from Apple and Facebook about egg-freezing, (fertility) coverage is not common."

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Need a loan? Advice? Many business owners give staffers help

Engage CEO, Jay Starkman, quoted by the Associated Press in an article about how many small business owners willingly provide some support to employees in need.

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State Policy Variations in Short Term Plans Could Affect the Industry

The secretary of HHS, earlier this year, proposed a regulation to increase the maximum coverage term under short-term limited duration (STLD) insurance plans. The hope is to create more options for consumers to purchase less expensive health plans that provide varying levels of coverage, says Denise Stefan, president, Engage Insurance, a subsidiary of Engage PEO.

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