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Hi I have a small shop & wonder if health benefits is something I can afford to offer my employees. I know there's plans where the employer can pay 50%. I have 3 techs and 1 SA. I really want to retain my good men if I can. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

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Hi I have a small shop & wonder if health benefits is something I can afford to offer my employees. I know there's plans where the employer can pay 50%. I have 3 techs and 1 SA. I really want to retain my good men if I can. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

 

To stay competitive in our area and to retain employees we offer 50% payment for health insurance policies.

We also offer 401k and match up to 3%

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There are so many choices out there today. To offer health insurance or any benefit you need to speak to the right advisor. Ask our your area, other businesses or other local shops for names. If there is a local Chamber of Commerce of other organization, they can help with a few names. Do your homework, it will pay off.

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