A comprehensive health and benefits package is key to attracting and retaining the best workers in your industry. However, employee benefits packages are fraught with some of the most complex and challenging compliance regulations Human Resources faces today. Are your materials accessible and compliant?

Avantpage Client Manager Lucas Eaton will be on hand at this month’s Health and Benefits Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, NV to talk with companies about how to translate compliance-ready benefit package documentation to reach their limited-English proficient (LEP) workers.

 

Healthy workers = Healthy company

Smart executives know that promoting health and wellness initiatives raises productivity, improves performance, and increases job satisfaction at every level of the organizational chart. A wide variety of new apps, fitness trackers, and wearables give employees more control over their health than ever before and provide companies new ways of supporting worker health through benefit programs and opt-in opportunities.

As the LEP population across the US continues to grow, it’s critical for companies to reach out to workers through communication in their own language.  Once LEP employees fully understand the healthcare options available to them, they can utilize their benefits appropriately to become healthier, more productive workers.

 

Compliance is crucial

When translating health and benefits materials into other languages, there’s no margin for error. It’s critical that all your documentation is compliant with federal, state, and local regulations because poor translations can lead to misunderstandings and may even expose your company to legal action.

Our proven healthcare and medical translation services ensure your benefits package materials meet all regulatory guidelines and can pass auditing inspections with flying colors. We have the expertise to examine the laws surrounding your translation projects and the resources to make sure you’re in compliance every step of the way.

If you’re attending this year’s event, be sure to stop by our booth for a chance to win an Amazon Fire and to learn more about Avantpage’s translation expertise in the Human Resources and Healthcare space. Can’t make it this year? No problem! We’re always available by email or phone to provide you with a free quote on your next project.

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