Million per year on printing and mailing costs employee data alone, Donnell says, and the employees’ can take advantage of a variety of technologies to learn about issues, research program information and access decision support tools from their desktop computers. (Herring, 2002) The Response: One of those tools, a personal medical cost estimator, enables employees to employee data calculate potential out-of-pocket health care expenses under each of the plan options available to them, Donnell says. Employees log in personally and are greeted by name and with important information regarding their benefits enrollment, such as the deadlines and when changes take employee data effect. They automatically get access to health plans that are available to them, and the calculator lets them compare estimated benefit amounts for each plan.
"Employees can select the health care employee data services they expect to use in a particular year, estimate expected frequency of use, and calculate potential costs under each plan option," Donnell says. "The feedback that we've received from employees tells us that this tool has really helped them to make a comparison between plans based on how they employee data consume medical services." The calculator shows both IBM's costs and the employee's. (Herring, 2002) The Outcome: "Since we began offering online enrollment, we've learned that employees want web access," Donnell says, so employee data they can log on at home rather than through the company intranet.
So the company has been working to put in employee data place a web-based enrollment system that employees and retirees can access from anywhere. Employees can get summary information on the plans, drill down into very specific details and follow links to the health care providers for research. Donnell says the system has received high marks for employee data convenience because employees can "get in and out quickly." Work Source Inc. The Situation: To meet the challenge of handling 100 new employees, Work Source Inc. acquired Web-based technology programs from GIG Corp. like electronic pay stub, electronic time sheet software, time-off system, and human employee data resource information system (“Tips,” 2006). These tools enabled CEO Judith Hahn to handling payroll procedures efficiently and effectively.