Group health continues to be high on the list of what job seekers are looking for in a compensation package. Almost without exception, group products offers better coverage than plans bought in the individual market. This reality makes an employer’s benefit program extremely important to those considering employment as well as those currently employed. In many cases, an employer’s health plan, or lack thereof, is decisive.
Most people get their health insurance through work. That’s where they expect to get it. For businesses that want to grow and encourage employee loyalty and productivity, employee benefits are not a cost- they are an investment in the future of the company and the admission price to be in the game.
To attract the talent and skill sets your business needs to flourish, offer your employees and colleagues something they can’t get on their own or through another employer. Group coverage and benefits can make all the difference.
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