Research Links

Take advantage of these online resources to advance your research on employee benefits and healthcare.

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Employee Benefits and Healthcare Related Links

Search for news articles, newsletters, and press releases concerning employee benefit plans.

Business Insurance
Retrieve breaking insurance news coverage through articles, commentary, opinions, and newsletters.

Employee Benefit Research Institute
Explore benefits insight and related public policy research and analysis in order to develop a sound employee benefits program

The Kaiser Family Foundation
Reference the KFF homepage for facts, information, and analysis from policymakers, media sources, and the health care community to improve health awareness and to understand benefits. Also, visit KFF’s to seek specific information related to your state.

EBIA Weekly
Keep up to date in regard to the significant developments within the benefits realm by signing up for the free Employee Benefits Institute of America weekly newsletter e-mail. Also, take advantage of the EBIA marketplace to fulfill your needs by purchasing manuals (ERISA, COBRA, etc.), seminars (Cafeteria Plans, Compliance, etc.) and tools (financial calculators, Form 5500 Workbooks, etc.).

Employee Benefits News
Visit the EBN magazine homepage to read articles and newsletters as well as learn about upcoming conferences. In addition, visit EBN’s, a great resource to learn about voluntary benefits including product information, articles, communication tools, and industry news and events.

Modern Healthcare
Access Modern Healthcare Magainze’s homepage to stay informed on healthcare business news, commentary, and opinion.

Estate Planning Links
Explore a catalog of links on estate planning, taxes, elder law, and other legal topics.
Seek information on 401(k) plans via news, daily digests, insights, commentary, and more tailored to the interests of plan sponsors, retirement professionals, small businesses, and plan participants.

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Human Resources Related Links

Human Resource Executive Online
Visit the homepage of Human Resource Executive magazine to receive breaking news, insights, and reference materials that are especially focused on the interests of directors and VPs of HR alike.
Connect and stay connected with peers within the HR industry by using, a global social networking site dedicated to HR. Share and receive knowledge with other HR professionals in order to breed new ideas in resolving the HR issues you experience.

Human Resource Internet Guide
Find hundreds of links to HR related websites.

Society for Human Resource Management
Visit the SHRM homepage to get the latest news on the professional society as well as information focused on HR including new mandates, legal issues, benefit concerns, and any other current events shaping the HR industry.

HRM Guide
Research published articles and news releases new and old about HR surveys, employment law, HR research, HR books, and HR careers.

HR Resource
Obtain a free membership with HR Resource to receive current HR information including articles, searchable vendor directory, and HR industry reports.

BLR – Business and Legal Resources
Browse through HR Training and Compliance products such as webinars, handbooks, and reports as well as read current news surround HR related topics.

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Government Related Links

Centers of Disease Control and Prevention
Retrieve credible health information on several health and safety topics.

US Department of Health and Human Services
Read health related news as well as access other informative resources on topics such as grants, financial assistance, health insurance, health prevention, diseases, and regulations.

Bureau of Labor Statistics – Employee Benefits Survey
Acquire news articles, database access, annual bulletins, and publications on employee benefits. Also, check out the FAQ on employee benefits practices to get tips on resolving your benefits programs inefficiencies.

Department of Labor – Employee Benefits Security Administration
Find the information you need to become an educated plan participant or beneficiary in regard to retirement, health, and welfare plans.

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