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If you need specific information on how your plan covers Covid-19, please read more below. 
Please continue to check on the well-being of your family, friends and neighbors. Support our health care providers and first responders, and please support the local businesses in our community that remain open during this challenging time. 
We greatly appreciate your business.

Our Easter Egg Hunt: Finding Smiles to Share :)
"There are always flowers for those who want to see them." - Henri Matisse

As this unprecedented time bears down on us with bad news and uncertainty, we think it's vital to our mental health to take a break and focus on something positive.  

For some time-killing Easter laughs, we decided to go on a hunt for fun stuff to share with you.  

Check out these fun links from our staff: 

"Watching  THESE remind me of happy times when my kids were younger" 
- Jim

Check out  this uplifting  QUOTE from Brianna and THIS ONE from Christy.

"Every time I see THIS it makes me smile and laugh" 
- Belinda

Doug had some EXTRA cute PET PICS to share! 

"THIS GUY makes my kids laugh out loud, and that's a noise I never tire of hearing" 
- Sarah 

Help Keep Your Data Current
For the sake of compliance, we require all employers to send us a list of new hires and terminations as they happen. 

The continued accuracy of your company census is important, as it allows for timely enrollments and terminations and helps you avoid complex payroll changes and billing issues. 

Along with sending you the emailed or faxed monthly update request, we have created a simple form that you can fill out and send to us as changes happen, rather than waiting for us to request them. 

To view and save the form please 

*Be sure to save the link as a favorite so that you can update us any time you have changes. 

No time for the form? You can also email Belinda with your changes. Be sure to include hire date and salary information, or termination date. 

Questions? Call us at 740-363-5433
Monthly Tip! 
Nearly one in five Americans may experience some form of mental illness each year. 

For many of these individuals (and many without mental health conditions as well), work is key to their health, contributing to a sense of purpose and wellbeing. Thus, it's important that employers understand how to foster a mental health-friendly work culture.

But employees are not the only ones to benefit from such a work culture. Workplace practices inclusive of people with disabilities-whether they happen to be obvious to the eye or not-can deliver numerous bottom-line advantages, including greater productivity, reduced insurance costs, and improved employee retention and morale. 

A number of resources are available to help ensure that disability-related policies and practices in the workplace take into consideration the needs of people with mental health conditions.

Spotlight: Covid-19 Coverage
We have many employers coming to us with questions about their coverage and Covid-19.

We have complied a list of resources from our carriers to answer your questions: 

The U.S. Department of Labor has created excellent resource material for both employees and employers to understand their rights and obligations.

For employers, please refer to this link:
This is a summary of the leave requirements of the act and how employers can earn "dollar-for-dollar reimbursement through tax credits for all qualifying wages paid under the FFCRA". It's important to note that "applicable tax credits also extend to amounts paid or incurred to maintain health insurance coverage."

For employees, this information is repeated on a separate informational page at :

A Frequently Asked Questions web page is now available on the DOL website at:

Bringing The Good Out Of What Feels Bad...

I wanted to share this uplifting message from Pastor Rick Warren, part of which says: 

"I don't know what you're going through right now, but I am certain God can use it for good in your life and to open opportunities for you to help others. May this give you hope and encouragement to know he's working for your good today!"

Remaining hopeful, 

Jim Roesch,  CEO and Chief Visionary Director