You’ll find that you have much more cooperative and consistent employees if you offer them low rated premiums on a quality health insurance and employee benefit plan. The happiness of your employees is largely dependent on how they’re treated by their place of employment. To maintain longstanding, qualified employees, offer the cheapest yet most reliable group health insurance and benefits you can find in the State of Texas.
By calling Taylor Benefits Insurance Agency, you can take advantage of our consulting, auditing and training services any day of the week. We also give access to our online HR management tool which is easy to use and free to all of our clients so that management can easily learn about the new plan before explaining it to all others working for your Brownsville company. Our brokers will do their best to negotiate the cost of your plan so that it doesn’t go over your financial limits.
Large employers in Brownsville must offer health insurance policies to their workers if they employ at least fifty. This requirement stems from the Affordable Care Act. The ACA also has specific rules for coverage and affordability.
Some companies prefer to enroll all subscribers in the same plan, while others allow employees to choose the plan structure that meets their needs. Some take a fixed contribution approach, paying a set amount toward the employee's premium and offering options that the worker can pay extra for if they desire. Half of the large companies recently surveyed by human resources consultant WTW stated that they are considering switching vendors to cut costs. Almost a quarter of those companies responding to the survey said they plan to increase the subscriber’s share of premiums.
Employees prefer a choice between plans, with an option for a POS (point of sale), PPO (preferred provider organization), and HMO (health maintenance organization).
In cities like Brownsville, small companies can affordably provide health insurance – if they choose to. However, the Affordable Care Act’s coverage mandate exempts employers with fewer than fifty workers, so the decision is up to the company. Companies looking for resources and information about insurance can find help from SHOP (Small Business Health Options Program), created by the ACA, which provides incentives for offering compliant coverage.
Some businesses can even qualify for a tax credit if they are eligible using these criteria:
Talk to your consultant about options for your small business.
Benefits plans are the fringe benefits that companies offer to their workers in addition to their compensation. Statistics indicate that companies spend an average of thirty percent of their compensation budget on benefits. Some businesses focus on the basics like health insurance and time off, while some in more competitive industries may go all out. For most workers, health coverage and paid time off are at the top of the priority list, followed by these options:
Don’t try and go straight through an insurance carrier for a plan. Going through an insurance agent at a broker’s center is much more personal. Explain what you want to a licensed insurance broker and they’ll give several options. You can choose one of the basic plans or have a plan created specifically for you. You can take advantage of nearly anything as long as it is in compliance with the policies of the Affordable Care Act.
Give Taylor Benefits Insurance Agency a call at 800-903-6066 and we can certainly help you come up with an individual group healthcare plan that meets your budget and the needs of your employees.
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