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Employee Benefits

Businesses of All Sizes Should Think About Benefits

By on Jan 15, 2018 in Employee Benefits |

Benefits are for small businesses too. For many small business owners, benefits seem cost prohibitive. In the interest of short-term gain (or just making the bills each month), a number choose to operate without a benefits structure in place. While limiting monthly expenses can help some aspects of the business, high turnover rates and dissatisfied employees more...

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Want to Know if Your Employees are Happy? Ask!

By on Dec 14, 2017 in Employee Benefits |

The average American employee spends almost 25% of each week at the office. Add a commute and overtime and that number begins to climb dramatically. The more employees feel like their time spent working matters, the more likely productivity will improve. Companies investing in employee morale stand to gain. Asking a handful of questions can help discreetly reveal...

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Disability Insurance as a Safety Net

By on Nov 20, 2017 in Employee Benefits |

Disability Insurance Form Contract Concept People are natural optimists. For most unthinkable situations the general response is: “it can’t happen to me”. In truth, disabilities can affect anyone ranging from mild to debilitating. Disability insurance is a type of protection paying a portion of income in case of disability. The majority of American workers lack...

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The Future of Employee Health Insurance

By on Nov 14, 2017 in Employee Benefits |

The last two years have been a virtual health insurance battleground. The political fiasco surrounding the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or “Obamacare”) has many employees irked and asking where to look for health insurance protection. Entrepreneur Walt Rowen knows this all too well. Rowen owns a company engraving glass with over 70 employees and once switched from...

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The War For Talent is Entering New Territory

By on Oct 24, 2017 in Employee Benefits |

Perks are a hot topic for people in the workforce. It’s true that job security and high income always rank high for importance, benefits are swiftly becoming a deciding factor for many applicants. According to a 2016 study by Glassdoor, of the 2000 people surveyed, a whopping 75% described benefits a top consideration before accepting a position. The same survey...

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Education Benefits Pay Dividends

By on Oct 10, 2017 in Employee Benefits |

Student debt creates challenges for persons in the workforce. Employees saddled by debt may change positions often, looking for better pay. The firms leading the pack incentivize recruitment packages inclusive of loan assistance and student-debt payback programs. Past and present debt assistance helps firms attract and keep top-level staff. Top companies like...

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