We know that changing your benefits is not only challenging because it’s disruptive but also because it requires a leap of faith. The benefits you currently have are known, as is the service you receive and expect. And how different can benefits be across different companies?
You’d be surprised.
From decades of experience working with small businesses, we have found that benefits can vary greatly from one insurance company to the next, both in terms of cost and features. We also know from experience that small businesses aren’t necessarily given the highest level of service across all brokerage firms.
Our process is better. Here’s why.
Reason 1: We get to know you and your business.
There are no two companies that work the same way, therefore no two companies should have the same group benefits plan. We get to know you and your business – what your goals are for your employees and your bottom line.
Reason 2: We research your current plan(s).
If you already have benefits for your business, we investigate those plans to see how we can offer any improvements. If we think that what you have works, we’ll tell you so – and explain why. But many times, companies have had the same benefits for a long time and haven’t realized that they could be much better covered.
Reason 3: We craft several options.
When making a change to your company’s benefits, you want to know that you’ve considered several choices. We put together several plans for each kind of coverage you want to offer, from several different insurance companies.
Reason 4: We thoroughly explain the options.
It’s not enough to provide you with a document and let you make a choice. We meet as many times as necessary for you to feel comfortable understanding all the choices.
Reason 5: We provide exceptional service, from application through installment and maintenance.
Once you’ve made your selections, we guide you through the entire process. Once you have your new benefits installed, we don’t leave – we are there whenever any issues come up, whether it’s a new employee coming on board or a question about an application.