If you are, like me, trying to run a small business which attracts leading talent, you are also faced with the growing challenge of providing benefits that make choosing your company over, say, IBM, more attractive. Beyond the external costs, the administrative burden of managing the choice of insurers, especially when you have employees in different states and with different health needs, is becoming ever more complex and demanding.
We could debate until the cows come home whether or not the President's Affordable Care Act is an improvement, or will even hold up in the courts, but as pragmatic business managers and owners we'll still want to attract good employees and reduce our costs and hassle. To help you with this task, we've put together a star-studded panel of small business and health care experts to both help you decide the best tactics to use now, and how to anticipate where the mandates and trends are going so that you can plan accurately and effectively for the future.
Please join me next Wednesday, November 16, at 2 pm for this online, live, free discussion. We'll answer as many of your questions as we can, and we'll provide some valuable take-away slides to help explain the opportunities and constraints to your management and staff.