Who can predict the future of health insurance renewals? From major shake-ups in Washington to adjustments at the state level, the volatility of the insurance markets is leaving human resource and business professionals unsure of the path forward.
As part of the Indiana Chamber’s ChamberCare Solutions, we’re now offering the ChamberCare Business Resources (PEO). This unique program can help Hoosier companies with two or more employees manage their human resources, including compliance and reporting assistance and securing stable and affordable benefits.
Indiana Chamber Senior Manager of Membership Strategy Brett Hulse notes the value of the PEO to small businesses.
“This Professional Employer Organization (PEO) program is a great option for small businesses that are looking for savings and long-term stability with regard to their health insurance, while also providing access to HR and compliance resources that you would find at a large company,” Hulse notes.
Is your company the right fit for participation? If you answer “Yes” to any of the questions below, this program might be a good match for your business:
- Would better benefits improve your ability to attract or retain employees?
- Do issues with employment law compliance (e.g. employee classification, ADA, FMLA, etc.) concern you?
- Do you have a 401(k) program for your employees? Would you like to reduce the cost and eliminate the fiduciary liability associated with this benefit?
- Have you had any employee/labor issues for which you had to hire an attorney?
- Is your handbook up to date and functional for your business?
“The Indiana Chamber has helped thousands of small businesses save money while offering competitive benefits to their employees for nearly 15 years. We’re excited to partner with Human Capital Concepts (HCC),” Hulse adds.
For additional details, or to learn more about how a PEO might be a great option for your business, contact Human Capital Concepts; to learn more about Indiana Chamber membership, contact Brett Hulse.