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Gregg Peterson, President/CEO

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Should Your Organization Switch to an Integrated Workers’ Compensation, Absenteeism and Employee Benefits Solution?

Since introducing In-Sight 360° to the market, we’ve met with a number of people who are interested in the concept and value of integrating their organization’s workers’ compensation, employee benefits and absenteeism in theory — but are unsure whether the move is right for them in practice.

Having seen firsthand which types of organizations tend to align the most with In-Sight 360° and which don’t, we’ve been able to take note of some trends, patterns and common characteristics, and we felt this could be helpful information to share with others who are considering an integrated solution.

Tags: In-Sight 360, HR tech

Posted by Gregg Peterson, President/CEO on Dec 13, 2019 11:05:02 AM
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An Introduction to Data Analysis for Self-Funded Insureds

Tags: In-Sight 360, HR tech

Posted by Gregg Peterson, President/CEO on Nov 26, 2019 11:42:40 AM
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Traditional Insurance Models vs IPMG’s In-Sight 360: What’s the Difference?

Traditional insurance programs have relied on the same siloed model for workers’ compensation, employee benefits, absence management and wellbeing for years, and the results have been consistent: a reactive approach to employee wellbeing and rising costs for employers.

IPMG designed In-Sight 360° to provide a better way.  

Tags: employee benefits

Posted by Gregg Peterson, President/CEO on Oct 31, 2019 10:11:00 AM
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Attract and Retain Talent with a Program That Truly Addresses Employee Wellbeing

Finding the right people to staff your organization is never easy. This is especially true today, where prospective employees can research everything about an organization before they bother to submit an application.

Tags: In-Sight 360

Posted by Gregg Peterson, President/CEO on Apr 16, 2019 12:42:53 PM
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Why Do Workplace Wellness Programs Often Fail?

Today, it’s hard to name an organization that hasn’t tried some form of wellness initiative in recent years. In fact, according to recent figures, 80 percent of large U.S. employers offer a program, comprising an $8 billion workplace wellness industry.

While employers expressing more concern about the wellbeing of their employees is good, the reality is that these programs tend to make little — if any — difference in the health of participants. 

Tags: In-Sight 360

Posted by Gregg Peterson, President/CEO on Sep 13, 2018 12:22:23 PM
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