Small businesses have nearly infinite make-ups. Different skills, locations, customers, aspirations, and missions. But there are a few things a bakery, shoe store, software development group, law firm, hair salon, trucking company, or non-profit all have in common. In order to survive, they need to stay financially solvent, make customers happy and hire great people.
Despite the optimism of most entrepreneurs, obstacles to success seem to be lurking around every corner. It’s not just paranoia. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that 50% of all small businesses don’t survive past year five. The largest existential threat, according to the annual survey from the National Federation of Independent Business, is the cost of health insurance. This issue isn’t new. In fact, it’s been the number one issue since 1986!
Download our latest eBook - Better Employee Health Benefits in 2019: Understanding Your Options as a Small- to Medium-Sized Employer to read more. This free guide covers:
- The top health benefit options available to small- to medium sized businesses, as well as pros and cons to each approach
- What questions to ask when evaluating your options
- How employers and employees can benefit from moving to a more innovative model
- What data you can use to make the best decision for your team
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