How Employers Can Increase Their Employee Benefit Options for No Increased Direct Costs

How Employers Can Increase Their Employee Benefit Options for No Increased Direct Costs

Most employers are concerned about the welfare of their employees and their families. Many employers know the family members and are even aware of their employees off the job interests.  So, when benefit programs become available to help protect employees & their families, and there is no direct cost to the employer, I find that the vast majority of employers are open to learning how they can take advantage of this unique “win – win” situation.

Most employees seem to live from one pay check to another, so a sudden unexpected large medical expense can ruin most family’s financial situations.  During this time of economic uncertainty, voluntary benefits become a big morale booster by helping to protect families from potential financial hardships brought on by injuries or illness. 

Peter Arnold, will be my guest on this Tuesday’s “Insurance Matters” to share with you and others how easily voluntary employee benefit programs can be implemented and how they have provided piece of mind to others.

Peter is a Professional Voluntary Employee Benefits Advisor who works with a variety of insurance companies that specialize in these unique programs.  He is a knowledgeable and experienced insurance professional who makes insurance management easier for employers.

Tune in next Tuesday, December 6th, 8 a.m. Pacific Time, to Sacramento’s Money 1055 FM, or Online www.smallbiztalkradio.com

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