Plan Administration and Communication

Effective plan administration and employee communication are critical, and sometimes-overlooked parts of offering an employee benefit program. Communication is more than just talking about the benefits – it’s ensuring that each employee knows their rights, what their obligations are, and what kind of care they’re eligible for when they need it. Keeping employees well informed gives them the peace of mind that when they do need care they will know where to go and how much it may cost out-of-pocket.

At Morris Financial, we provide you with information you need to effectively communicate the details of your benefits program to your employees. We can also schedule visits to your place of work for educational seminars with your employees.

We’ll help you understand critical details of your benefit program, such as:

  • Understanding and administering requirements of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Adhering to COBRA or State Continuation
  • Breakdown how different aspects of care affect plan pricing and renewal

Even before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law, there have been certain administrative requirements that come along with offering an employee benefit plan. Most of these requirements involve the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), and complying with the Department of Labor. We help you understand these requirements and how they relate to continuing Health Care Reform.

One of the biggest benefits to working with Morris Financial Group is the compliance and administrative support we provide. We’ll be there to help you understand and address all things related to your benefit plan compliance, as well as helping with the smaller day-to-day issues and tasks you face.