Four dental benefit promotional ideas most employers don’t know

You offer dental benefits to help your employees enjoy good oral and overall health. But they are also a valuable differentiator in recruiting and retaining top talent in a tight labor market. Dental coverage offers flexible, affordable benefits that your employees want. In fact, 88 percent of employees say better health, dental and vision coverage… More »

Eighty-seven percent of Illinois adults say their oral health is very important to them 1 and more than two-thirds of employees consider dental benefits to be a very important part of an overall compensation package.2 Yet many small business owners do not offer dental benefits. That short-term decision can negatively affect both the small business… More »

Whether you are looking to purchase a dental insurance plan on your own or you are a business owner looking for a dental plan for your employees, your benefits broker is responsible for understanding your unique needs and using that information to recommend the best coverage options you.1 While they’re trained to gather and convey… More »

Poor dental health may come at a large cost to your employees and your company. More than 90 million work hours are lost in the U.S. because of emergency or unplanned dental visits – and adults with poor oral health are more likely to miss work.1 In fact, nearly one-quarter (23 percent) of employed Illinoisans… More »

The Board of Directors of Delta Dental of Illinois today announced that John Maples, a former Delta Dental of Illinois Board member and veteran sales and marketing professional, has been named president and CEO. Maples will also be president and CEO of Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation and Delta Dental of Illinois’ subsidiary companies. “John’s… More »

Because dental benefits have the potential to improve both oral and overall health, it’s important that employees make the most of their coverage. By taking some simple steps, you can help encourage your group’s employees to leverage their dental benefits as effectively as possible. Education – Ensure that employees are aware of the value their… More »

If you’re an employee benefits manager, you may find yourself performing a balancing act when it comes to compensation packages. Not only are you tasked with satisfying your employees’ expectations, but you also have to meet the financial goals of your business. To accommodate these two priorities, you may consider curbing costs by switching to… More »

It’s not uncommon to be covered by two dental benefits plans, which means that you have “dual coverage.” If this applies to you or your family members, take a moment to learn how dual coverage works with these four key points. Understand your coordination of benefits (COB). Your COB is the way your two plans… More »

Full compensation packages that include dental coverage can help employers stand out from their competition. Not only do they make  companies more attractive from the outside, but they also help them save time and money internally. Read on to learn why dental coverage is a key part of staying ahead of the pack. Attracting talented… More »

Offering a dental plan to employees or purchasing a dental plan on your own isn’t just about oral health. Dental benefits have been shown to improve both oral health and overall well-being. Dental coverage emphasizes preventive care. Americans lose more than 164 million hours of work every year due to dental disease.1 But dental coverage… More »