For most organizations, spending on employee healthcare represents their second largest investment, trailing only payroll. Yet, it continues to be an extremely challenging part of the budget to manage.
- The already massive investment just seems to increase like clockwork by at least 5% every year with very little correlation to broader wage or inflation trends
- Spending on employee healthcare seems impervious to the performanceoriented fiscal controls used to manage other parts of the company, like marketing or technology infrastructure
- It remains unclear for most organizations what levers exist to manage employee healthcare spending and whether they even work for those that do
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