Don’t depend on comprehensive health care reform to significantly cut the cost of the health insurance benefits you provide to employees. Many of America’s best companies have found that a few best practices do a remarkably good job of improving employee health and controlling health care expenses.
The boisterous debate over federal health care legislation may produce new laws. However, you and your executive —not Congress—will ultimately determine your organization’s health care costs.
That’s the approach of the nation’s “50 Best Small and Medium Companies to Work for in America” as determined by the Society for Human Resource and the Great Place to Work Institute. The annual list consists of the top 25 small business (50 to 250 employees) and the top midsize companies (252 to 999 workers).
Attract staff, keep them healthy
Here are some of the best practices in health benefits used by America’s...(register to read more)
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