Extending A Client's HR Team

Like many small to mid-size businesses, you may struggle with managing your HR needs with a limited budget. For small to mid-sized groups where one person usually wears many hats, an insurance broker can be an extension of the human resources team.

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The Need for An HR Compliance Audit

When it comes to HR Compliance, unintentional mistakes are bound to happen. Conducting a regular HR compliance audit can help your company avoid correction costs and costly penalties. Regardless of the size of your business, in today’s complex and ever-changing world of HR and benefits compliance, it is becoming extremely difficult to assure you are keeping up with all applicable regulations. Although you may be compliant today, there’s no guarantee that you’ll remain compliant tomorrow.

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Voluntary Benefits

If you’re like most other business owners, you are constantly looking to improve your benefit package to attract and retain quality employees. Of course, you would love to accomplish this without increasing your employee benefits budget.

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A Voluntary Benefits Strategy

If you’re like many business owners, you are probably looking for ways to trim your employee benefits budget without creating a significant hardship for your employees. You’ve probably already raised deductibles and copays, implemented a High Deductible Health Program coupled with an HSA and maybe even integrated a wellness program…but you’re still looking for additional ways to save. What else can you do?

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