What’s the first question a job candidate might ask you during an interview? It’s not about their hours, your culture, or even your management style – it’s about your benefits package, specifically, healthcare coverage. Savvy candidates know that employer-sponsored health care programs are changing and shifting. Savvy employers know that to compete, they must offer job candidates a worthwhile benefits package.
Defined contribution retirement plans have been around for ages. The defined contribution plan for healthcare is relatively new but these plans are gaining momentum. Placing a defined contribution plan into a marketplace or private exchange is starting to make the most sense of all. Gone are the days when employers made all the choices and decisions for employees. New hires know enough about their needs and their interests to make decisions on their own. They want to be empowered to do so.
View this full article on the Michigan Chamber’s Insurance website and find other up-to-date information related to what’s happening with Health Care Reform (Affordable Care Act) and other health care related topics.
The Michigan Chamber works with hundreds of Michigan business owners, both small and large, to navigate the ever-changing landscape of health care, and implement long-term employee benefit solutions tailored to each clients' needs.