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Consider the Numbers

90%

of employees say health benefits are just as important as getting a salary.1

89%

of employers say employee benefits are important to compete.2

86%

of HR professionals believe dropping health coverage and providing an equal amount of compensation would be viewed negatively by employees.3

Providing Coverage Makes a Difference

Penalty Fees

Under Health Care Reform legislation, employers with more than 50 full-time employees must pay a $2,000 per employee, per year fee for not offering minimum health care coverage to employees beginning in 2014.

Tax Advantages

You may be eligible for certain tax advantages for maintaining health coverage for your employees.

Dropping Coverage Could:

  • Lower employee morale and job satisfaction
  • Hamper recruiting and increase turnover of key staff
  • Give the perception that your organization doesn't value health and wellness3