Running a successful business, keeping employees happy and attracting new talent can be difficult. For a busy business owner, a big part of your value proposition are the individuals that work at your company.
Employee Benefits are non-cash compensation paid to an employee.
Save money and time
Increase the wellness and productivity of your employees
Be competitive and attract new employees and key talent
Provide a solid framework for the future
Form a part of your business’ value proposition
Increase employee engagement
Health Benefits (ex. medical, dental, life disability insurance)
Vacation/Paid Time Off
Paid Sick Days
Flexible Schedule (ex. work form home)
Office Perks (ex. Casual dress, free lunch)
Employee Development Programs (ex. Professional development, on-the-job training)
Gym Membership or Wellness Program
Stock, Stock Options and/or Equity
Paid Parental Leave (ex. Maternity leave, adoption assistance)
Childcare Assistance (ex. On-site Childcare, Financial Assistance)
Commuter Assistance (ex. Company shuttle, commuter checks)
Next to salary, health benefits coverage is the most important tool in attracting and retaining key staff. 59% of employees would rather keep benefits coverage than receive a $10,000 raise. (2011 Sanofi-Aventis Healthcare survey)
Establish and define the advisor-client relationship.
Gather information about current your employer-employee situation and establish goals.
Analyze and evaluate current employer-employee status.
Your advisor will develop and present strategies and solutions to achieve goals.
Your advisor will implement recommendations.
Your advisor will monitor and review recommendations. Adjust if necessary.
Talk to us about helping put together an employees benefit package that makes smart business sense.
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