The Best Practices Guide: 2011 Winner Success Stories
How did they become The Principal 10 Best Companies? Learn how this year's winners met challenges to maintain benefits, attract and retain employees, manage costs and much more.
Download all of the winner success stories (PDF: 1.2 MB)
- The Benefits of Long-Term Relationships (PDF: 152 KB)
For 10 years, AIRINC has relied on financial professionals to help them get the most out of their benefits.
Consolidated Federal Credit Union
- The Turnover Turnaround (PDF: 135 KB)
Benefits help Consolidated Federal Credit Union buck its industry's high-turnover trend.
Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)
- Giving Health Care Costs a 1-2-3 Punch (PDF: 150 KB)
A combination of plan choices, wellness incentives and employee education helped ECFMG control health care costs.
Greeley and Hansen
- Winning the War for Talent (PDF: 143 KB)
A standout retirement program helps Greeley and Hansen attract top employees in a competitive industry.
Home Builders Institute
- Building Financial Security One Employee at a Time (PDF: 123 KB)
Home Builders Institute provides employees with expert, one-on-one financial guidance.
Postal Credit Union
- Smoothing the Way for an HSA (PDF: 126 KB)
Before Postal Credit Union rolled out its new health savings account, one-on-one meetings were held with each
employee to explain the plan.
RED F Marketing
- Treating Employees Like Customers (PDF: 121 KB)
RED F Marketing uses a tailored benefit program to lure talent from larger companies.
Veridian Credit Union
- A Confidence Booster (PDF: 135 KB)
Veridian Credit Union's extensive wellness program helps employees feel — and work — better.
Water Environment Federation
- Getting Engaged (PDF: 126 KB)
Staying in touch with employees' wants and needs makes for more effective — and
efficient — benefits at Water Environment Federation.
Western National Mutual Insurance Company
- When the Going Gets Tough (PDF: 125 KB)
Western National Mutual Insurance Company uses stability to help employees through hard financial times.