• Employee Benefits – A Powerful Recruiting Tool

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    Employee Benefits are near the top of the list when it comes to recruiting and retaining good employees as well as keeping those employees loyal and satisfied with the company they are working for.

    However most business owners find that paying for and maintaining a comprehensive benefits portfolio a daunting task. But with the help of a trusted advisor, these plans can pay dividends when it comes to finding and hiring the right people for your business and keeping those people for the long term.

    According to MET Life’s 11 th Annual Study of Employee Benefit Trends, 47% of employees surveyed cited some form of employer-paid medical insurance as a “very important” reason for joining a company, with 51% citing Life, Dental and Disability as a very import reason. 57% of employees cite medical as an important reason to stay at a company, with 54% citing Life, Dental and Disability as a reason to stay.

    But traditional products like those are not the only benefits employees are looking for. From the same study, 77% of employees value benefits that are geared to their individual circumstances and Voluntary Benefits can satisfy this desire for additional need and value. Voluntary Benefits can range from supplemental Life and Disability insurance, payroll deducted Auto and Home, to the increasingly popular Critical Illness and Pet insurance.

    If you have questions or would like to learn more about ways your company can expand the offerings to your employees without incurring additional cost, don’t hesitate to reach out.

    If you have questions or requests, please contact Cameron Robinson, Voluntary Benefits, Rogers & Gray Insurance, 508-258-2216

    June 23, 2014