5 Predictions For Employee Benefits In 2022 And Beyond
Source: BenefitsPRO, by Becky Seefeldt
The pandemic and the Great Resignation have created a perfect storm for employers. Employers need to be forward-thinking regarding employee benefits because this crucial feature can make or break a company. As people are less likely to stay at their current positions, they’re also much less interested in applying with any company that doesn’t offer them benefits such as health care or vacation time.
The future of benefits is uncertain, but there are five predictions for where they’re headed in the next few years that could help employers adjust their current package.
1. A push to improve HSAs
There’s a chance that some common-sense changes could be made to health savings accounts (HSAs). These adjustments will allow those who are eligible for Medicare or Tricare benefits the ability to contribute towards their own HSAs. There’s also interest in revisiting how we define what a “qualified high-deductible plan” entails so as not only to accommodate more Americans but also do away with any unnecessary restrictions altogether.
Filed Under: ACA/Health Reform