Vancouver is a vibrant city full of new startups and established businesses. One thing we all have in common is the Vancouver lifestyle that can be expensive. With living costs and property values on the rise, how do you ensure your employees remain happy, healthy and financially solvent? Group benefits in Vancouver is a critical part of your overall employee retention strategy and helps your business stay competitive.
Hiring top talent is important to the success of any business. Since employees are your most valuable asset, keeping them healthy and happy is essential to your bottom line. Here are some key reasons to offer a comprehensive group benefits package in your business:
- Protect your investment – hiring and training employees is expensive, it is important to protect your assets in case they become sick or injured. Group disability, health and dental benefits are a standard part of any employee benefit package.
- Tax-efficient compensation – employees have to pay for minor health, dental and prescription drug expenses with their after-tax income. Employee benefit plans cover these expenses and leave more money in your employee’s pockets.
- Productivity – employees aren’t effective when they are concerned about medical issues that might affect them or their family. Many employee assistance programs exist to provide tools, resources and support to enable your employees to remain focused and productive.
Group benefits in Vancouver are key to staying competitive in an ever changing work environment. With top talent becoming a premium in this city, your business can stand out with a competitive employee benefits package. Many business owners thing implementing such a plan is costly and complicated. Connecting with an experienced insurance agent will enable you to take advantage of the most cost-effective plans available in Canada and simplify the implementation process.
Contact DENT Benefits to learn more about employee retention and how to stay competitive in the Vancouver business environment.
The information in this material is derived from various sources. Material is provided for general information and is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to compile this material from reliable sources; however, no warranty can be made as to its accuracy or completeness. Before acting on any of the above, please contact us for benefit, pension and insurance advice based on your corporate or personal circumstances.