Strategic Employee Benefits. Integrated Technology.

New England Employee Benefits Company (NEEBCo) combines integrated technology, data analytics and unique funding options to deliver effective, custom solutions for employers.

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  • Technology

    NEEBCo delivers a broad spectrum of continually evolving technology solutions. Health Intelligence Data Analytics Cost Forecasting Benchmarking Population Health Management Employee Engagement Platforms Integrated Payroll Electronic Enrollment Onboarding PTO Management ACA Administration Compliance      

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  • Administration

    NEEBCo has extensive expertise in managing administrative business functions and guiding clients through state and federal requirements. Our customizable products and systems enable an efficient enrollment and communication process between employees, administrators, and carriers.

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  • Strategic Planning

    NEEBCo’s strategic planning philosophy encompasses a multi-year perspective positioning employers to meet both short and long term goals, capitalizing on their employee benefits investment. Strategy development includes: Data-driven plan optimization Risk assessment & management Alternative funding solutions Captive solutions Cost forecasting & management Recruiting & Retention Perk programs Wellness initiatives

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  • Employee Benefits & Perks

    NEEBCo takes a progressive approach to support the ever-changing workforce and benefits landscape by designing plans and engaging employees while monitoring efficiencies and costs. NEEBCo offers employee benefits products that include: Employer-sponsored plans Employee Perks Tax-sheltered products Voluntary products Individual products

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Recent News from NEEBCo

Massachusetts Passes COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Law

Posted 06.09.21

Effective June 7, 2021, Massachusetts employers must provide COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave for specific COVID-19-related exposure, diagnosis, illness, treatment, isolation or quarantine of employees or their family members; for employees’ vaccination; and when symptoms inhibit telework. The costs of…

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IRS Guidance on Tax Credits for Employee Leave Under the FFCRA

Posted 06.03.21

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), passed in March 2020, required small and midsized employers to provide paid employee leave for specific COVID-19-related reasons through Dec. 31, 2020. The FFCRA also provided tax credits for employers to cover the…

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EEOC Updates Guidance on COVID-19, Vaccines and the ADA

Posted 06.01.21

On May 28, 2021, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued updated and additional answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about how employers should comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other federal fair employment laws while also…

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