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Andrew Graman Joins Steele as Chief Operating Officer

By madwire / January 17, 2020

ANDREW GRAMAN JOINS STEELE BENEFIT SERVICES AS CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Andrew Graman is expected to graduate in May 2020 with an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and will join Steele full-time as COO thereafter.   [INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, January 17, 2020] Steele Benefit Services (Steele) is proud to announce and welcome…

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5 Mistakes Employees Make During Open Enrollment

By madwire / September 14, 2019

  This video is about 5 mistakes employees make during open enrollment that cause heartburn or cost you money.

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No Habla Ingles? Steele has you Covered!

By madwire / April 6, 2019

Our communities are becoming more diverse every day.  How do you communicate benefits when your employees don’t speak English?  Steele can help. Bilingual Onboarding. Do you have Spanish speaking new hires?  Steele provides enrollment support year-round for your new hires, including those who don’t speak English.  We’ll set up scheduled outbound calls to your new…

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What I Learned at Steele Challenge Day

By madwire / April 6, 2019

We had an internal team building exercise called Steele Challenge Day. We broke the company into two teams and had an internal competition. When we started the challenge, I thought there was going to be a winning team and a losing team. What I didn’t realize is that the Company was going to be the…

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Why Benefit Software is Trending

By madwire / February 6, 2019

In the year 2004, most companies enrolled health insurance open enrollments on paper. At the time, that made sense! What Changed? First, there were not a lot of employee benefit systems that executed online enrollment well. That has now changed.  There are many good systems for employers to choose from. Second, systems were expensive to…

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5 Open Enrollment Ideas for 2020

By madwire / May 20, 2018

This year, in a world dominated by COVID-19 headlines, the way so many Americans do their work has changed. Will the new Zoom culture going away with an eradication of the coronavirus? Will your teams hang up Microsoft Teams when they get back to the office? It’s too early to say. Indications are some of the changes to…

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Andrew Graman Joins Steele as Chief Operating Officer

By madwire / April 13, 2018

Andrew Graman is expected to graduate in May 2020 with an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and will join Steele full-time as COO thereafter. [INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, January 17, 2020] Steele Benefit Services (Steele) is proud to announce and welcome Andrew Graman to the company as Chief Operating Officer (COO).  Graman…

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Open Enrollment is Over. Now What?

By madwire / December 21, 2017

For many organizations, the end of the fourth quarter marks the close of benefit enrollment season. Congratulations, you survived.  But as you know, you aren’t done just yet. The new year brings new tasks and challenges for human resources. In this article, we will explore how benefit administration systems are taking away the pain of…

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The Invisible Line Between Private Exchanges and Benefit Administration Systems

By madwire / September 19, 2017

The Invisible Line Between Private Exchanges and Benefits Administration Systems by Wes Steele Whether you call healthcare cost trend 6% or 11%, there is one thing beyond dispute. Healthcare costs are rising. Costs have more than doubled over the past 10 years. Employers are looking for ways to project and control costs – wellness programs,…

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Health Insurance for Young Adults

By madwire / September 18, 2017

Health Insurance Options for Young Adults Health insurance is a critical benefit for all Americans to have.  Health insurance ensures access to the healthcare system and protects your finances in the event you need medical care. It can be confusing for young Americans to understand what your options are.  This informational article is designed to…

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