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Employees CelebratingAs an employer, you want to make sure you have incentives in place that will help keep your employees happy, and therefore loyal, to your organization. Offering employee benefits is one way you can achieve this goal. There are a number of coverage options available that can meet your budget and employee needs. Knowing which options will be most beneficial is key in crafting a benefits plan that helps everyone.
  • Health Insurance: Health insurance is one of the most important employee benefits you can offer. Not to mention, it's now the law in many cases. Even as a small business, being able to provide insurance or discounts for insurance through a healthcare marketplace is appreciated and welcomed.
  • Dental Insurance: For some, dental insurance is equally as important as health insurance. Taking care of your teeth can prolong good health, and even your life. Dental procedures can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars, and having some financial relief can make a huge difference in your employee benefit package.
  • Disability Insurance: Short- and long-term disability can assist when employees get injured or fall ill. For pregnant women, using short-term disability may be a viable option when figuring out maternity leave, along with their income.
  • Life Insurance: Company-sponsored life insurance plans help boost employee morale knowing their loved ones will have some compensation in the event of an untimely death.
  • Retirement Benefits: Establishing a retirement benefit plan, such as a pension or 401k plan, helps employees save for their retirement, and are usually accompanied by employer matching funds. This helps keep employee morale high, and is an added incentive for staying on with a company, even during lean times.
These are the top employee benefit coverage options that provide the best incentives for employees to continue giving their best at the workplace. Understanding how each of these work, and how you can add them to your overall benefit package will be beneficial in helping build your brand and establishing you as a caring employer. Putting employee needs first is crucial to your longevity in the business. And working with a knowledgeable insurance agent is key.

Provide the best for your staff. Call TCU Insurance Agency at (800) 772-8043 for more information on Indiana employee benefits.
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