Looking Out for the Interests of Small Businesses
Firms with 20 to 99 employees have the largest share of small business employment. Because of their small size, these employers also face many complexities and limitations when it comes to offering employee benefits. As a smaller-sized company, that often means your risk is pooled with other like-sized organizations, but small businesses must still be able to compete to attract talent and provide rich benefits to retain employees.
CBIZ works with many clients of this size, so our service team understands the market options and underwriting considerations. Our Small Business team can help mitigate challenges through the implementation of a multi-year strategic plan that continuously examines plan cost drivers and health care marketplace innovations. We can also assist in communicating your benefits offerings and provide an online system to help employees manage their benefit decisions.
By employing the reach of our national footprint, we can help you discover creative strategies rolling down from larger groups to place you on the forefront of next practices. This includes the implementation of practical programming designed to enhance employee health and productivity, including mental health resources. We find such customized offerings to be particularly attractive to the Millennial and Gen Z workforce who look for benefits that enrich one’s professional and personal life.
Peace of Mind
Through proven solutions, time and commitment, together we can steadily and incrementally improve the health and productivity of your employee population. With robust support from CBIZ Small Business, your organization and your employees can better navigate the health care system to enhance workforce culture and positively impact plan participants and their dependents.