Benefits

5 Ways To Manage The Rising Costs Of Benefits

By Staff Report

Jul. 11, 2012

A robust benefits package can be the difference between a talented superstar choosing to work with you versus a larger, more established competitor. But with the cost of benefits rising each year, providing a benefits package that helps you attract, retain and motivate talented people gets harder all the time.

With knowledge and planning, you can create a win-win situation for yourself and your employees. You can use benefits to meet the needs of your workforce and successfully compete for top talent. As a business owner, it’s important to be aware of the ways you can manage costs and attract top hires.

In this paper read about:

  1. Finding a benefits package that’s tailored for your specific industry
  2. Encouraging consumerism among your employees to help save money
  3. Taking advantage of technology to keep a lid on administrative costs
  4. Promoting health and wellness programs to help prevent heavy benefits usage
  5. Preparing for the impact and opportunities of health care reform

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