The Voluntary Benefits Association and the Voluntary Benefits Magazine are launching a joint initiative in publishing the first Voluntary Benefits book dedicated specifically for employers and HR Professionals.
Pertinent TOPICS That Are Essential For The Key to Employee Productivity and Happiness (Topics are suggested but not limited to:)
What are Voluntary Benefits
- History of the Marketplace
- Engaging the Employee
- Enrollment Methods
- Increasing Participation
- Employer Case Studies & Best Practices
- Benefits Literacy - Educating the Employee on their Benefits
- Understanding the Role of the Insurance Carrier
- Understanding the Role of the Agent
- Leveraging your Voluntary Benefits to Attract & Retain Employees and increase Productivity and Presenteeism
- Different Types of Voluntary Benefits Selecting the right Voluntary Benefits for your company
The deadline for editorial submissions is July 1st, 2012
By providing insight on best practices and successful case studies, contributors to this book will not only be solidifying themselves as leaders in the Voluntary Benefits industry, but they will also be educating their successors with methodologies that are proven efficient.
Guidelines For Editorial
Authors must take care and due diligence in confirming that all facts, statements and other information in their submission are factual and can be support by reference and authenticated through reliable sources. Sources of information shall be noted. Authors cannot submit any information that violates copyright, or any other law. Author agrees to indemnify the publisher and other authors for any claim regarding anything they have provided to be published. No remuneration will be provided to authors, although we will provide credit at the end of the book for the contributing authors which will include a short author biography and the organization’s contact information.
Submissions provided for the Voluntary Benefits Book will not be permitted to be published elsewhere and Global Health Insurance Publications (GHIP)/Free Health Inc. shall own the exclusive rights to the submission to be used in any format or purpose deemed fit. Author assigns all ownership and intellectual property rights in the submission to GHIP/Free Health Inc.
All submissions will be subject to the editing of the publisher. Publisher has sole decision making power to make any edits it deems necessary for publishing. Publisher shall not be responsible for accuracy, errors or omissions, or any loss or damage, consequential or otherwise, suffered as a result of any material published.