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Larry V. Aarhus

Project Manager - Training Delivery

Deere & Company

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Deere & Company

One John Deere Place

Moline, Illinois,61265

United States

Company Description

Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of customers whose work is linked to the land - those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world's... more

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International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans


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Bader Rutter & Associates


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The Distance Learning Expo.com

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But the level of benefits, and who can apply for them, varies depending on how the plan is structured, says Larry Aarhus, a research associate with the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.The majority of education benefits plans fall into two categories: Education Reimbursement Programs.


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"There has been some enabling legislation allowing plan sponsors to use the Internet for employee benefit communication," says IFEBP Research Associate Larry Aarhus.


The NetWork Journal-Black Professionals and small business magazine

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"But the level of benefits, and who can apply for them, varies depending on how the plan is structured," says Larry Aarhus, a research associate with the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans in Brookfield, Wisconsin. • Focus on the value to the employer.Emphasize how much educational benefits will increase your productivity, and show how the employer will directly benefit.


MyBenefitSource | Newsletter |

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"There has been some enabling legislation allowing plan sponsors to use the Internet for employee benefit communication," says IFEBP Research Associate Larry Aarhus."Further, more recent legislation on benefits claim processes is a clearer indication of things to come involving the Internet."Twenty-eight percent of respondents said timeliness is the biggest advantage to providing online benefits information.Twenty-nine percent of corporate respondents and 30% of public respondents cited the time it takes to establish a site as the primary reason for not using the Internet to communicate benefits information. Back to Top


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Larry V. Aarhus , a research associate with the IFEBP in Brookfield and an author of the survey , said that although corporate employers are currently more likely to use an intranet site for benefits communication , some corporate plan sponsors are moving toward making more information available via the Internet. ``It seems backward , but it makes more sense because there's more accessibility'' with the Internet , Mr. Aarhus said.In addition , he noted that plan sponsors' willingness to make information available on the Internet has grown as concerns over security and privacy have abated.Among corporate plan sponsors that reported using two online tools , 93 % said they used an intranet in conjunction with the Internet.Only 7 % reported using an intranet in conjunction with an extranet , which is an intranet that can be accessed remotely via the Internet.Another advantage to Web based activity , Mr. Aarhus said , is that the information is more current and accurate when employees are responsible for giving their own data.``It's more accurate , and then it's available 24 hours a day , seven days a week , '' Mr. Aarhus said.Mr. Aarhus said he expects that , within the next year or two , about two-thirds of plan sponsors will use online technology to communicate employee benefit information.Mr. Aarhus emphasized that it is important to use other methods of communication in conjunction with the Internet.``It doesn't mean that you can go completely electronic and no longer print anything anymore , '' he said.Copies of ``Web Strategies for Communicating Employee Benefits'' are available from the IFEBP at 262-786-6710 , ext. 8240 , or via e-mail at books@ifebp.org.Back to Cyberbeat Home


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