September 30, 2008 – Newsletter

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Benefits By Design New Team Member

Introducing Ryan Hansen, Director of Account Services
Please welcome Ryan Hansen to our team!

Ryan is our Director of Account Services. This means she will be working directly with all of our clients and their employees on any questions, issues or concerns they may have. Erin is also still on the team and will be acting as “back up” for Ryan, but will transition into mostly Marketing and Sales.

Ryan comes to us from United HealthCare where she had over six years of experience. We received excellent customer service from her for years and finally talked her into joining us on the broker side. We know you will love working with her. Ryan lives in Maricopa with her husband and two boys!

Individual Health Insurance

Please welcome Chris Conran to our team!
In efforts to keep up with the ever evolving health insurance market, Benefits By Design has hired an individual plan specialist! Instead of referring folks out to various partners, we wanted to extend our excellent customer service to another form of insurance.

Please help us welcome Chris Conran, Individual Plan Specialst. Chris comes to us with a wealth of customer service experience…even several years of dealing with health insurance claims! Chris is a married mother of two, living in Gilbert. Her family is excited to welcome a new adopted labrador!

Please call Chris if you or anyone you know needs health insurance and does not have an employer based plan. She can also help with individual dental, life, and disability plans.

As always, we look for ways to improve the health insurance purchasing experience and are here to help with that process.

Increase Employee’s Productivity and Decrease Number of Sick Days!

Dr. Bobbie Bennett explains how…
What would you say if I told you it was possible to increase your employee’s productivity AND decrease their number of sick days? This is exactly the result when they are educated on proper office ergonomics and exercise regularly. Sounds pretty simple right?

Here are some facts: One-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year (2), and back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work. In fact, back pain is the second most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office, outnumbered only by upper-respiratory infections.

As a chiropractor and wellness educator, I am available come to your office providing what YOU need, whether it is ergonomic education, showing basic exercises/stretches that your employees can do throughout the day, or providing one-on-one or group personal training classes. Creating a healthy work environment will also fuel productivity, giving you a complete return on your investment.

(2) Vallfors B. Acute, Subacute and Chronic Low Back Pain: Clinical Symptoms, Absenteeism and Working Environment. Scan J Rehab Med Suppl 1985; 11: 1- 98.

Please call Dr. Bennett at 480-775-2593 for more information.

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