Employee Retention – Trying to get and keep the best employees in your industry is a challenge for all businesses, especially small and medium sized companies. This is especially true now that the burden of providing health care and benefits falls on employers as much as it does individuals. One of the best ways to build and maintain a quality workforce for your business is through offering a quality benefits package that is on par or better than your competitors. At Taylor Benefits, we specialize in crafting customized benefits solutions that provide value to your employees while meeting the financial goals of your business.
Click here to view the Wall Street Journal guide to employee retention and learn about some of the other ways businesses are competing to get the best and most qualified professionals.
Qualified Health Plans – Under the new health care laws put in place by the Affordable Care Act, employer sponsored plans must meet certain criteria to be considered as a qualified health plan. Compliant plans must offer the minimum essential benefits spelled out under the law, which means employers must be especially diligent in making sure what they offer fits with the new standards. If your company offers a noncompliant plan, you stand to lose the financial benefits of offering insurance, not to mention the possibility of facing a fine, depending on the size of your business and number of enrolled employees.
Plan Customization – While it’s great to offer an employee benefits package, it does little to help your business and its employees if it’s not tailored to the specifics of your company and industry. We specialize in writing custom plans that are designed to fit every aspect of your business, from cost through implementation.