October is National Work and Family Month in the United States, which is designed to communicate and celebrate the progress towards healthier and flexible work environments. The goal is to encourage employers to think strategically about family-friendly policies and work-life benefits such as workplace flexibility, health and wellness, dependent care, community involvement, financial security, and paid and unpaid time off.
How Can I Participate in National Work and Family Month?
Conduct a work-life assessment on your employees. This involves the assessment of workplace flexibility, paid time off, care for dependents, and financial support. Whether your business has 10 or 1,000 employees, it’s imperative to provide outstanding benefits to them.
Group health insurance, short & long-term disability, and life insurance are the biggest benefits a company can offer its employees. Your employees will be happy, healthy, and productive knowing they have insurance to back them up in the event of an accident.
How Group Health and Life Insurance Benefits Employees:
- Protects against future medical debt issues
- Offers affordable plans for families
- Offers Short/long term disability
- Ensures current standard of living and stability in the future
As a business owner, it is important that your employees have fewer worries in the workplace. A sense of comfort is important for an employee and her family. Insurance serves as a blanket for employees who fear the hassles of injury or illness.
If you are a business owner in the Adrian, Ann Arbor, or Cassopolis areas, be sure that you have an insurance policy to protect your employees. Our goal is to get employers to think about family-friendly policies and make the workplace a better environment for everyone.
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Kemner-Iott offers life insurance and group health insurance to Lenawee, Washtenaw, and Cass Counties. Contact your local Kemner-Iott agent to discuss your business needs. Give us a call at one of our local insurance agencies: