There are over 7.4 million employers in the U.S., and the majority (82% of all employers) have fewer than 200 employees. Yet, as a nation made up largely of small employers, it can be difficult to compete with larger businesses – and larger budgets – for top talent.
As such, small businesses look to benefits to help attract and retain key staff. Benefits commonly include health insurance, recruiting and retention programs, and workplace perks. In the case of health insurance, particularly, the landscape is rapidly changing. The passage of the Affordable Care Act opened up new and affordable options for small businesses wishing to provide health benefits to their employees.
The sections outlined on our left sidebar provide solutions and insight to the common small business management challenges around the U.S.
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