Judging by the search activity on Google for the term "health insurance," people only seem to care about the topic in the fall. Probably because this is the time for open enrollment.
Studies Show Health Insurance Is The Most Important Benefit To Employees, And You Should Be Really Happy About That
Employees who have a good health insurance program are more productive, more engaged, and more attached to their company. This is the findings of many studies and surveys done over the years.
As a business owner, your first and primary goal successful is business performance. Part of achieving this goal is creating a productive, innovative, and welcoming atmosphere for your employees.
2019 has all the earmarks of being just as successful of a year as 2018. This means employment will continue to rise, and you will have tough competition when it comes to attracting the right talent to your company.
Now that health insurance is mandated by law, is it still a benefit? Back 'in the old days' health insurance was a benefit used as an extra to attract applicants for jobs and to retain employees. The consensus was if you offered a good plan, you would get better people. As medical costs skyrocketed, the consensus became the truth.
You're always looking for ways to save money. Now, the beginning of the year is a great time to review two of the biggest expenditures you have, your workers comp and health insurance policies.
You began your business for a reason, and it's more than making money. Your business gives you that one thing everybody strives for in life, purpose.
Wellness programs are a controversial topic in the employee benefits world. These programs offer a way for employers to provide chances for their employees to learn more about health and fitness and practice healthy habits that could change their lives.
Few topics strike as emotional, or controversial, of a conversation in the business world like health insurance. Many business owners look at it as an expense they have to provide. Additionally, there is the worry that the health coverage has to meet specific regulations.
Whether you know it or not (or like it or not), you already have a company culture. You have a way about doing business unique to your company. If you are uncertain about how your company culture is going right now, make the necessary changes to turn it in the right direction.