BlogsHow to Value Your Employees with Great Employee Benefits

September 28, 2015, by Matt Hanson

It’s no secret that benefits play a key role in attracting and retaining quality personnel. In a Towers Watson's 2013/2014 Global Benefit Attitudes Survey, nearly half of the employees surveyed indicated that they stayed at their company because of their health care and retirement benefits.

When employers implement a benefit program that meets their employees' needs, it puts them at a significant competitive advantage. Not only is the company more appealing to potential job candidates, but it can experience reduced turnover, increased morale and better job performance with existing employees as well. Not to mention, employees with access to quality health care will likely be healthier and take fewer sick days because their plan covers preventative care.

By introducing an expanded health plan menu to employees, employers are communicating a clear and positive message that employees are valued and that their health and well being are of genuine concern. When offered multiple choices for their health care benefits, there is an even greater likelihood that employees will be satisfied with their coverage options.

True Choice is a product of Centennial Group’s quest for innovation that addresses both employee satisfaction and employer compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). By offering True Choice, employers immediately gain access to an online platform that allows employees to explore the plan best suited to their individual needs. With an easy, four-step guided decision-making process and prompted decision support, employees can complete their benefits enrollment online with minimal effort and utmost confidence. And employers can rest easy knowing that all True Choice plans are fully ACA compliant.

By offering benefits with True Choice, your organization will be known as an industry leader poised to acquire professionals who appreciate value while maintaining a loyal and stable workforce. Click here to learn more.