Benefits Consulting

Maximizing the amount of benefits that you and your employees get for each dollar spent on benefits should be the goal of any benefits adviser. We aim to make your benefits package the best it can be no matter if you’re two employees strong or two thousand.

  • Once you choose your benefits, we don’t “disappear” until next year. Our benefits advisors are available 5 days a week to take calls about your benefits package – from you or your employees.
  • Talk to a person. Seriously. When you call, you’ll almost always get a real person first thing. Will you really miss that 10-step phone tree?
  • You’ll have the direct dial phone number for your benefit rep. Help is only a quick call away.

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Combating computer eye-strain in the workplace

February 19th, 2020|0 Comments

We stare at the computer for hours on end, it’s no surprise that our eyes are suffering. Work-place eyestrain isn't talked about until it becomes an issue - when it’s hurting productivity. How can you [...]

Laws that will soon mandate paid family leave

January 8th, 2020|0 Comments

Paid Family leave has been making headlines recently, as more and more employees demand more time off after having a child and, luckily, it’s good news. But are policies changing fast enough, and what can [...]

How to help your employees get the most of their mental health benefits

November 26th, 2019|0 Comments

 The world is becoming more aware of the importance and prevalence of issues with mental health, but that alone does not mean mental health struggles have decreased. The rates of suicide and the cost of [...]

The Job Benefit The Newly Graduated Really Want: Employer Participation in Repayment Act

July 2nd, 2019|0 Comments

Many recent college graduates aren’t able to start saving for their futures, like retirement or buying a home, because they are still stuck in the past: paying off their student loans. As unemployment sits low [...]