The Anthros Difference

What is the Anthros difference? The better question may be, what isn’t different about Anthros? From our client service philosophy to our client base…we are simply different! Anthros puts clients at the top of our organizational chart and filters down to the CEO at the bottom. Why, you ask? Because our clients are at the helm of everything we do, every decision we make and every action we take, every day. Anthros’ mission is to provide cost-effective, relationship-focused, Human Capital Management solutions empowered by professionals who consistently aim at re-engineering the client-centric business model with only the latest products and services. The constant re-engineering of the Anthros business model stems from regular shifts in what is relevant to our clients. At Anthros, we believe in constant and sincere communication; conversations with our clients provide invaluable intelligence, as client needs shift. These constant shifts in client needs, backed by sincere listening and then execution of solutions to exceed those needs, provides Anthros the differentiation in the market place. Anthros continues to invest heavily in team coaching & development. This investment in our internal human capital training has resulted in a premier service team well-known in the industry for highest client retention ratios and client satisfaction. Every Anthros member is client-facing and fully equipped to work with multiple layers of influence at client locations in their respective areas of expertise. We do not ask our clients to use one person as their service conduit, but rather give them direct access to a team of experts, promoting quicker response times. In addition, each member of the Anthros team possesses an empathetic view... Read More

Employer Health Strategies

Employers from the smallest companies to the largest are strategizing over what they will offer in the next 5 years in the realm of health benefits. While many companies will renew current benefit plans, many smaller companies will stop offering health insurance because of increased cost. These employers may encourage employees to go to the federal or private exchanges. Larger companies (employees over 100) will offer defined contributions, and encourage employees to have annual wellness and risk assessments in order to create a healthier workforce and attempt to keep costs down. Generally speaking, employees who participate in the assessments will pay less for insurance and those that refuse to do the risk assessments will pay more. Some companies offer wellness points and employees will have to maintain a certain number of points to pay the lowest cost available. Elements of an employee’s health, such as cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking, and other risk factors will determine health costs. The landscape has changed and it is now up to employees to manage their healthcare costs. Employees can be proactive in their wellness initiatives and take preventative measures through lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, exercising, and eating healthier foods. Employers can encourage healthy lifestyle choices among employees and provide support that will benefit their human capital. Many states offer free help to stop smoking, such as Florida (, to help employees choose an option that will work for them. Anthros Inc. assists businesses in healthcare compliance, provides guidance for future employer health strategies, and offers consultation as well resources for employees looking to minimize healthcare costs. About the Author: Helen... Read More