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Krista Gordon

Are Captives the Remedy for Small Organizations to Save on Benefit Costs?

By: Krista Gordon, July 11, 2018

Traditionally, only big organizations considered self-funding employee benefits. The expenses could be so volatile that small- to medium-sized organizations couldn’t risk the bottom-line impact.

Recently, though, more small- to mid-sized organizations are transitioning to self-funded arrangements by pooling their healthcare costs with other employers to establish captives.

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Where Does Compensation Rank for Millennials?

By: Krista Gordon, May 22, 2015

Five years ago I graduated from IU Bloomington and officially entered the real world. I spent endless hours researching various companies, attending career fairs, joining networking events, and polishing my interview skills. It all paid off when I received job offers. (And mom and dad could be rest assured that the past four years of tuition was well worth it).

But then what? The ball was now in my court. It was time for me to make a decision on where I’d like to begin my career.

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12.13.14: A Special Event for a Special Day

By: Krista Gordon, December 18, 2014

12-13-14. This date is not the only thing special about last Saturday. For 244 children and 104 adults, a festive event called Breakfast with Santa made this day even more special.

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