Our consultancy firm provides resources for protecting people and managing risk, whether as a trusted advisor to top management or as a hands-on coach for front-line employees. No matter the challenge, we focus on delivering results and equipping our clients with the right solutions.

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Benefits and risk

United Benefits offers advisory services for employee benefits and risk management to mitigate healthcare costs and accomplish their desired outcomes. We partner with a leader in the digital insurance market, allowing us to empower our clients to make smarter business decisions throughout the entire lifecycle for better health, wellness, and safety.


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Service and assistance

United Benefits build responsive, high-value customer service experiences. We partner with you to provide a flexible, user-centered benefits delivery experience that evolves with your company’s needs. Our service model offers expertise that helps us provide administrative best practices. Quality control helps maintain benefits administration compliance and efficiency, and our in-house support team improves response time and removes the frustrations with multiple systems or vendors.


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Mitigating clients’ risks

As the regulatory landscape grows more complex, our services help clients stay up-to-date on changing federal and state legislation and manage regulatory requirements. We provide a single source of compliance resources offering a wide range of content, tools, and applications for risk management.


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EB 2023

Employee Benefits 2023 Market Outlook

The Employee Benefits Market Outlook examines critical employee benefits topics and trends, delivering insights into the market and forecasting where the industry may be headed in 2023 and beyond.


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National and Public Health Emergency ends

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released guidance that the Public Health Emergency (PHE)  and the President’s National Emergency (NE) would end on May 11, 2023.


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Small business cyber concerns

Studies show the vast majority of U.S. small businesses need a formal internet security policy for employees, and only about half have even rudimentary cyber security measures in place. Despite significant cyber security exposures, 85% of small business owners believe their company is safe from hackers, viruses, malware, or data breaches. This disconnect is largely due to the widespread, albeit mistaken, belief that small businesses are unlikely targets for cyber attacks.


A data breach could cripple your small business, costing you thousands or millions of dollars in lost sales and/or damages. We have the tools necessary to ensure you have the proper coverage to protect your company against losses from cyber attacks. Please feel free to contact us today to for additional cyber risk management guidance and insurance solutions.


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Ransomware rises

Ransomware is a form of malware that locks the user out of their files or device, then demands payment to restore access. Ransomware attackers hit businesses, organizations, and individuals alike. As cyber incidents become more prevalent, organizations must bolster their security posture. Doing so not only helps organizations prevent such incidents but also allows them to secure adequate cyber insurance. Our guide provides businesses with more information to mitigate ransomware exposures.


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Smart protection with IDShield

Every year, millions of people become victims of identity theft. When cybercriminals strike, it’s hard to know what to do or where to turn. Rather than leaving security up to chance, you can proactively arm yourself against cybercrimes and reputation hijacking with IDShield’s services.


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