Learn How Employee Benefits Built the 'Lewis & Clark Company' in This Historical Riff

Sana and Harmon Brothers take a different look at history

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Several studies suggest that the biggest reason people leave jobs is not because of pay, but rather toxic work environments and lack of benefits. Expecting employees to work beyond burnout with little reward has led many to quit jobs to embrace their side hustles or find positions elsewhere.

The need for a comprehensive benefits package even among small businesses is increasingly vital. With an eye toward a more equitable and straightforward health insurance option for employers, health insurance company Sana Benefits has launched its “Lewis & Clark Company” campaign.

Benefits to benefit the company

Created in partnership with the Provo-based social media ad agency Harmon Brothers, the initiative imagines how famous explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark might have provided competitive benefits to keep employees happy.



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