Engage employees through multiple forms of communicaiton and make benefits a celebration.
Partner with EBIS for your voluntary benefits needs to increase focus, save time and improve desired outcomes.
Integrating technology into the enrollment experience does not mean you have to sacrifice the human connection. Health brokers choose to partner with EBIS to engage and guide employees through various changes, benefits decisions and coordinate the enrollment experience.
The EBIS Advantage:
Custom Engagement Strategies
New Hire Onboarding
Consultative Employee Experience
Non-Commissioned Benefits Counselors
What is your voluntary benefits strategy?
Offer when an employer asks?
One carrier for simplicity?
Hire an VB practice leader?
Who has time for voluntary?
Whatever your brokerage is doing now, chances are that partnering with a VBO firm will provide a lift to your business in many ways.
A VBO firm, or Voluntary Benefits Outsource, is an outside firm that a broker would employ to gain knowledge or resources to introduce enhanced (voluntary) lines to their existing and potential client base with an employee engagement strategy that works for you. It's the most cost effective way to expand your firms product offerings in the shortest amount of time.
Identify Future current/clients
Discuss company challenges, benefits and objectives.
Create outline of engagement strategy.
Leverage Industry knowledge,
partnership and resources to market.
Identify and Confirm Challenges with Client.
Propose multiyear product strategy.
Finalize engagement method
Partner with client and broker to facilitate enrollment.
Process enrollment and plan for ongoing service and new hires.
Why partner with our team
There are many reasons but they all boil down to Trust and Experience. Enhanced Benefits Insurance Solutions was created with a partnership model in mind, focusing on long-term, sustainable solutions tailored to an employer's needs.
Jack and Jackie Holder
EBIS was created because we believe that enhanced voluntary benefits are an important part of the benefits package and they should be part of a holistic approach to offering benefits.