Is my business big enough to offer Group Health Insurance?
Many business owners think they’re not large enough to offer health insurance.
We invite you to take a second look. We are here to advise on how to find the right solution for your business, your employees and their families.
A Group health insurance plan is sponsored by the company, as opposed to an employee getting individual coverage on their own, and is commonly offered as a part of a larger benefits package. Businesses with at least one common law employee are eligible to purchase a group health plan. A group health plan offers more value to both the employer and employee in several areas including tax benefits, lower premiums and access to more doctors.
Let’s face it, we all know the importance of good employees (and of course the ramifications of a less than stellar employee). Health Insurance is often the number one benefit people seek when looking for a job, for themselves and their families. There are a number of reasons that you, as an employer, may want to offer health insurance to your employee, like overall health and wellness of your employees and your company.
Group health insurance offers a number of benefits including:
- Attracting and retaining employees
- Less time away from work and higher morale
- Lower costs
- Tax benefits
And for your employees:
- Lower costs
- More options
- Access to more doctors
- Tax Benefits
Group health insurance offers employers an opportunity to provide one of the most sought after benefits, at an affordable price for their employees.
Whether you are a small business just starting out, or a large corporation looking to shop your current policies, we can help. Contact Ed Petruska to discuss your business, it’s insurance needs and the needs of your employees. At Antalek & Moore, we pride ourselves on offering the most comprehensive service to all of our community friends. Call us today!