OneAmerica Teams with iHR to Service Employee Benefits Clients
New digital solutions ease burdens with convenience, reflecting virtual environment trends
OneAmerica announced a new digital platform to provide customers of its Employee Benefits line of business with an online benefit enrollment and administration platform. As many employers quickly transitioned to virtual work environments, the need for an anytime, anywhere benefit enrollment option for their employees was amplified.
Integrated HR Systems LLC (iHR) of Columbus, Ohio, provides an easy-to-navigate, mobile-friendly system that walks employees through the process of comparing coverage options, electing their benefits and designating beneficiaries.
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“The shift to a virtual environment in the past year has only accelerated trends that were already in motion ─ more and more, we’ve seen employers and employees alike expect the benefit enrollment and administration process to be easy and convenient,” said Steven Lynch, vice president, national sales and service for OneAmerica Employee Benefits. “That means being able to find what they need online, when they need it, supported by a system that provides a complete solution for benefits shopping, enrollment, billing, and administration.”
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For employers, iHR provides a single portal, giving them the ability to manage elections, billing options, employee changes and reporting with increased accuracy and efficiency on group and voluntary life and disability products. These types of foundational benefits equip employees and their families with financial protection during life’s most difficult times.
“With iHR, we are able to offer a technology solution designed to create a better end-to-end benefits experience for our customers,” Lynch added. “We want our customers to be confident in our commitment to being there for them when they need us most.”
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