How advisors can resolve the benefits dilemma for small businesses
Unlike some perks from pre-pandemic times, non-insured benefits are an equalizer whether employees are in the office, working remotely, or on a hybrid schedule.
By Dulce Bozeman |
October 20, 2021 at 07:14 AM
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Brokers and consultants have the opportunity to be the hero for these organizations by providing a “culture boost,” or an enhancement to the employee’s work experience, through a more creative benefits package. For less than the cost of a team lunch, small companies and those with a mostly part-time workforce can offer their employees access to affordable health services, counseling, on-demand pay, legal services, pet care and more.
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