Treating your employees as an asset is integral to the success of your business, no matter the size. In her latest video blog, Cyndy Nayer discusses the importance of providing health benefits in a small business setting. She explains that tailoring your health strategy to the goals of your business can produce healthier, customer-focused employees.
Worried about the investment? According to Nayer, business owners should think about the dividends instead with an “It’s about making sure our people can service our company and make our customers satisfied approach. Consider cost, yes, but open the vision wider to see the dividends that are not measured in: reduced absenteeism, improved teamwork, and employees who wear the business brand proudly. Nayer reports ROI anywhere from 18 months to 3 years, whether measuring reduction in inappropriate health care use or improving communication and sales cycles.
When considering healthcare plans, businesses should determine how their employees use their health benefits, the potential health risks that could be better managed with appropriate care, and the health risks that could be better managed with appropriate care, and the communications styles that are sent to their beneficiaries. These all influence how soon a company can expect a ROI. Watch Cyndy Nayer’s video blog below for more advice on small business health care plans. Visit CyndyNayer.com for more information.