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Learn How to Choose Your Company's Benefits and Provider [eBook]

Selecting employee benefits for your company doesn't have to be so hard. Learn how to easily choose a benefits provider for you and your employees.

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Aug 30, 20161 minutes
Choosing a benefits provider for your company.

As the Affordable Care Act shifts the landscape of employee benefits and millennials begin to make up the biggest part of the workforce, understanding the expectations and requirements around offering company benefits can feel overwhelming.

Why Benefits Are Important

The requirements and expectations around benefits can be complex, but they’re incredibly important. Over a third of surveyed employees say improving their benefits package is something their employers could do to keep them in their jobs. What’s more, 64% of millennials reported that benefits were extremely important to their employer loyalty.

With these statistics in mind, it’s hard to deny the importance of offering a quality benefits package to your team. Of course, that raises a bunch of other questions — like how to find a quality benefits package and which benefits your employees expect.

How to Create a Benefits Package

Use our guide to simplify creating a benefits package.

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What's Included in Our eBook

We created an easy-to-understand eBook that will lay out your options, including:

  • Why benefits matter to employees
  • Which benefits employees expect most
  • What a benefits package can look like
  • The responsibilities and requirements of offering benefits
  • Factors to consider before choosing a benefits package
  • How to select a benefits provider

This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, legal or tax advice. If you have any legal or tax questions regarding this content or related issues, then you should consult with your professional legal or tax advisor.