As a business owner, you need a plan, a strategy, and tools to succeed. At Insurance the Easy Way, we want you to know you are not alone. That’s why we want to provide you with several tools to help you maintain a competitive edge. Below you will find a few helpful articles and surveys that can help you determine how to offer generous and attractive benefit packages on par with your industry, easy to understand guidelines to help you determine how to comply with the Affordable Care Act, and helpful articles on how to boost employee health and engagement. Our promise to you is to keep these resources updated with relevant matters that you face in the work place on a day to day basis.
Want an inside look at the benefits your competitors offer? This survey provides “bench marks” on industry norms for what health plans are offered, how much employers contribute toward the cost, dependent coverage and more.
How much paid time off do you offer? Is it enough to retain and attract quality employees? Take a look at the industry norms and see what other businesses are offering.
If your employees pay their share of insurance premiums via payroll, you need a POP plan! This allows the premiums to be deducted on a pre-tax basis saving both the employer and employee a lot of money in payroll tax.
What is the best approach for offering benefits? Do you set up a group health plan or simply create an option for employees to purchase their own individual plans. Here is an easy to read chart with the pros and cons for each option.
Interested in implementing a wellness program in the workplace? Here are some reasons why you’d want to do so and the benefits associated with implementing such a program.
Let’s be honest. Unhealthy, disengaged employees are costly to any business. So how do you encourage wellness in the workplace? How do you motivate engagement and make wellness a culture and not just a fad?
Want to offer your employees a well rounded benefit package? You can offer them benefits they otherwise might not be able to secure on their own. The best part? The employee picks up the tab. It's a win win for all!