Group benefits include insurance offered by employers to employees. Employers may partially or fully cover premiums. Alternatively, an employer may pass on the entire cost of premiums to their employees.
In general, group benefits are less expensive to employees because the insurance company can spread the risk across the entire group of policyholders. For employers, offering high-quality group benefits helps to retain and attract top talent.
How Do Group Benefits Work?
Employees of an organization offering group benefits can opt-in to receive coverage. They may be required to pay part or all of the premiums.
Each company chooses which group benefits to offer employees. Your agent can help you decide which benefits may work best for your company.
Why Offer Group Benefits?
Job seekers consider access to group benefits a standard requirement. Providing a robust benefits package can help employers stay competitive in this tight job market. Plus, any contribution toward group benefits premiums may be tax deductible for the business.
Learn More About Group Benefits
Call Knapp-Miller-Brown Insurance Services today to learn more about how offering group benefits may work in your company’s favor and get a quote.