Will You Be Able To Afford COBRA Insurance?

Will You Be Able To Afford COBRA Insurance? - http://www.goodfinancialcents.com Avatar Posted by MMarquit under Employee Benefits
From http://www.goodfinancialcents.com 3467 days ago
Made Hot by: BIZvoter on July 23, 2010 7:36 am
COBRA benefits may allow you access to your employer's health benefits after you've left, but will you be able to afford them? With the subsidy all but gone in Congress, that makes COBRA practically unaffordable for many families Read More

Is Money Your Only Compensation?

Is Money Your Only Compensation? - http://financialhighway.com Avatar Posted by MMarquit under Employee Benefits
From http://financialhighway.com 3476 days ago
Made Hot by: Jed on July 15, 2010 7:53 pm
When you work, you get more than just money for compensation. What is your whole compensation package? Are your employees factoring other forms of compensation into their pay Read More
Former personal finance columnist Tiare Rath provides an extensive look here at some of the ways small businesses can reduce their health care costs. Some of these decisions might be hard ones and it is up to you to make up your mind what is necessary to address the issue in your business. See the full article in the small business information section at About.com. Read More
If you want to retain your best talent, be able to draw the best talent and increase your business all at the same time, it's possible. Entrepreneur.com reports that the key is to create an employee benefits program that rewards employees for generating more business. Follow the link for more details. Read More

How to Include Retirement in Your Business Planning

How to Include Retirement in Your Business Planning - http://growsmartbusiness.com Avatar Posted by thursdayb under Employee Benefits
From http://growsmartbusiness.com 3641 days ago
Made Hot by: MMarquit on January 30, 2010 8:30 am
Retirement planning can play an important role in your business planning. It can offer opportunities to minimize your tax burden, build additional assets and make sure that if you do find yourself ready to retire down the road, you’ll be in a comfortable position to do so, no matter what. Read More

Small Business Employee Benefit: Say "Thank You"

Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Employee Benefits
From http://www.youtube.com 3645 days ago
Made Hot by: mssux on January 30, 2010 8:29 am
Saying "thank you" to your employees can be a great small business employee benefit and makes financial sense as well. In this video see how Clark-Mortenson Insurance and Financial Services made this technique a great business strategy:
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Renewable energy businesses have taken a unique approach to employee benefits consistent with their product. These companies are paying for employees' time away from work while volunteering for earth-friendly causes, granting free energy audits, handing out free compact flourecent bulbs and even giving them hybrid company cars. It's an inspiration to think outside the box when it comes to employe Read More

Employee Benefits for Your Small Business

Employee Benefits for Your Small Business - http://www.life123.com Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Employee Benefits
From http://www.life123.com 3655 days ago
Made Hot by: on January 21, 2010 6:10 am
Employee benefits are so common place that people often take them for granted but can seem dauntingly expensive when trying to figure out what you can really offer to the employees of your small business. In this primer from Life123 we look at some basic information on employee benefits and some strategies for small business struggling to afford them. Read More
Besides obvious employee benefits like health care and disability insurance, About.com small business guide Darrell Zahorsky suggests these eight more uncommon employee benefits your small business may consider offering. Employee benefits can be most helpful for employee retention thus reducing the level of rapid turnover in your staff. But if you haven't thought of these particular little induce Read More

Rewards; Gold Mine or Minefield?

Rewards; Gold Mine or Minefield? - http://bit.ly Avatar Posted by rhodanmc under Employee Benefits
From http://bit.ly 3706 days ago
Made Hot by: on December 3, 2009 7:09 am
Reward systems are a double edged sword. They can prove to be gold mines for the businesses that get them right, but for businesses that get it wrong, the reward system can develop into a proverbial minefield. This article identifies 15 types of rewards that can be successfully used at the appropriate time to reward or encourage appropriate be Read More
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