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Health Administration | Employer Solutions
To better wellbeing
Solutions to help employees and employers choose, use and manage their health benefits.
Wealth Administration | Employer Solutions
To build a future
Solutions to help employees and employers choose, use and manage their wealth benefits.
Payroll Administration | Employer Solutions
To keep spend in shape
Solutions to administer, optimize and scale your payroll.
Engagement and Communications | Employer Solutions
To spark interest
Solutions to create a more memorable employee experience.
HCM and Financial Management | Professional Services
To keep things running smoothly
Solutions to better manage your workforce from the cloud.
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The Advantages for Health Saving Accounts (HSAs): Employees find balance between health and wealth
The Advantages fo Health Saving Accounts (HSAs): Employees find balance between health and wealth
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Curtiss-Wright: Increasing utilization and satisfaction with an integrated benefits platform
Pathway Vet Alliance: Thriving in the cloud with Alight and Workday
Delivering a superior customer experience is at the heart of everything Schneider Electric does. It’s how the company became—and remains—a global specialist in energy management and automation. With 160,000 employees globally and 20,000 in the U.S. alone, taking care of the people who take care of business is paramount for Schneider Electric. When employees need to change their status, engage in annual enrollment, or enroll in benefits as a new hire, HR Services wants them to feel like a valued customer.
Schneider Electric had long relied on Alight for health and welfare benefits administration. In recent years, however, with increased pressure to cut cost, they gave a newer to market benefits management software provider a try. While that company promised a lower price point, it couldn’t come close to what Alight had to offer in terms of:
The company also proved unable to effectively administer Schneider Electric’s complex benefit designs, particularly in the retiree space. After several frustration-filled months, Schneider Electric’s course was crystal clear. It was time to “go home” to Alight.