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Tag: Group Health Insurance

5 Employee Benefits That Matter to Gen Z in 2024

“Generation Z” comprises people born between the mid-1990s and early 2010s. They are also commonly known as “Zoomers” because they needed to use remote conferencing tools like Zoom for school during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the pandemic, they have been seeking stability, remote work options, and mental health support. Financial challenges, climate anxiety, and dependence on digital tools shape their priorities.  To attract this generation,...

Work-Life Balance Strategies for a Fulfilling Year

Achieving a harmonious work-life balance is a constant challenge. As employers, fostering a work environment that values and promotes work-life balance not only enhances employee well-being but also contributes to heightened productivity and job satisfaction. In fact, giving your workforce an opportunity to rest and recharge is a critical factor in maintaining productivity and efficiency. Consider the following strategic approaches to cultivating a fulfilling work-life...

The Importance of Group Disability Insurance and How it Works

Finding and retaining a trusted, productive team of employees is a challenge for smaller businesses. Instead of enduring a high and costly turnover rate, there are actions you can take to improve employee retention. By offering disability insurance as part of their benefits package, companies can show their employees that they care about their well-being and are committed to supporting them in the event of...

Benefits That Will Spread a Little Cheer to Your Employees

Your employees rely on your company's benefits, including health insurance, dental insurance, or even the cost of education. The better the benefits package, the more likely you will attract the best talent – benefits are a factor in a competitive job market. Even with an excellent benefits package, spread a little cheer to your employees during the holidays by offering some unique benefits. Holiday Bonuses...

Can Employers Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance?

Since 2020 with the enactment of the “21st Century Cures Act,” employers of any size could reimburse their employees for the costs of individual health insurance plans. The Affordable Care Act required employees with 50 or more employees who worked at least 30 hours per week, to offer health insurance. With a vast majority of US businesses having less than 50 employees, many people working...