Axion has a team of personable
representatives and they actually get done what they say they will. I can tell they care about what I truly need.
CFO, 450-EMPLOYEE ENGINEERING FIRM
Axion doesn’t waste time with cryptic
jargon. They explain in plain english what we need and then they get it done.
CHRO, 225-EMPLOYEE FINANCIAL SERVICES FIRM
With weekly and monthly legislative
briefs, Axion keeps me updated on trends and changes to the US healthcare marketplace. As a business owner, I appreciate and welcome this kind of thorough education from my broker.
VP of HR, 150-EMPLOYEE HEALTHCARE NON-PROFIT
Axion works diligently across our
organization to come up with creative and customized solutions for risk and cost management.
President, HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
With their 3-year plan solutions,
Axion is always forward-looking and communicates accurate information that pertains to our benefits and compliance.
CFO, 900-EMPLOYEE TECHNOLOGY FIRM
We would refer Axion to any of
our partners, and I’d say that’s the strongest testimonial I could give.
In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis and in the midst of a struggling automotive industry, the client was looking for creative ideas to reduce operating costs and avoid extreme layoffs. Inefficiencies in the current plan were increasing financial risk to the company due to unchecked and escalating premium costs.
The client was looking for greater value from their broker relationship and needed better advice on plan design ideas and compliance. The client did not have a wellness program in place nor did they have an employee assistance program and was paying for COBRA administration.
A fully-insured Chicago-based professional services agency with 321 covered lives had high costs and risk associated with their low-deductible, expensive health plans. The client wanted to continue to provide competitive benefits plans that took care of its people but that was sustainable for the company and its workforce. A consumer-driven health plan, which would drive costs down, had been proposed to the company but the option was considered too extreme.