Paypro’s employee benefits brokers have over 100 years of combined experience in the benefits industry. They offer a wealth of information about coverage, cost, plan comparisons and compliance.
We analyze your existing benefits and claims and consider your employees’ additional needs. We’ll work with you to find the best solution—whether it’s healthcare, retirement, or flex spending.
Benefits brokers provide you with information to ensure that you stay compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), and other regulations.
Employee benefits should be transparent and easy to understand. Paypro’s brokers act as knowledge resources for your employees. They’ll help your workforce understand policies, benefits, and claims.
Brokers have deep knowledge on how benefits, payroll, and employee leave work within an organization. They’re your go-to source for resolving issues with handling claims and other benefits administration tasks.
It’s crucial to get the best price for your employee benefits package. Tap into our brokers’ expertise on contract review and negotiation to ensure you’re getting the best value from your providers.
Navigating the world of employee benefits and insurance can feel like a full time job. Benefits brokers can do the heavy lifting of building a customized benefits package so you—and your HR department—can focus on the important task of running your business.
General insurance plans often waste company money by including components your employees will never use. Benefits brokers work with multiple providers to build a customized package that meets your workforce’s exact needs. You shouldn’t have to waste a single penny on unused benefits.
Today’s workforce is highly mobile, and talent is always looking for the next best place to work. Benefits brokers are a constant source of information, keeping you up-to-date on the latest benefits products. Their knowledge helps your company stay competitive and retain top talent.
Today’s workforce is constantly changing, and employers need to offer benefits that change with them. Our benefits brokers are always there to conduct internal analysis and give you advice on changes in insurance to keep up with your evolving employee demographics and needs.
Employee benefits should be stress-free and cause as little confusion as possible. Our brokers can help set up a communications strategy to guide your employees through each component of your benefits package. They’ll provide benefits education and answer any questions your employees may have.SPEAK TO OUR HR EXPERTS
Employee benefits brokers provide companies with information about benefits, such as healthcare, retirement, and workers comp. They can help companies identify the benefits packages that best suit their needs.
Most benefits providers offer one-size-fits-all packages that either don’t provide your employees with enough coverage or contain elements your company will never use. With a benefits brokerage, your company can get a customized benefits package that fits the needs of your workforce—saving you time and money and helping you stay competitive in the labor market.
Benefits brokers are licensed insurance professionals that help your company by building customized benefits packages designed to match the needs of your employees. In addition to helping you set up retirement plans like IRAs, a benefits brokerage can help you select other benefits like health insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, and more.
Employee benefit advisors work with you and your HR team and offer guidance on selecting, purchasing, and administering employee benefits like health insurance and retirement plans. Benefits brokers, in addition to acting as advisors, can also help your company save money by negotiating with providers and building custom benefits packages.
Both employee benefits brokers and insurance agents can help your company secure a new benefits package. However, there is one key difference: insurance agents represent an insurance provider, while benefits brokers represent your company. An insurance agent works for a specific carrier. Benefits brokers negotiate with multiple carriers to find the best insurance benefits for your organization.
Our brokers allow your company to be a more competitive employer and a better place to work, while providing advice on how to minimize costs and reduce premiums.
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