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Investing in Quality Employees
A competitive benefits package can be critical to attracting and retaining talented employees. With as few as two employees, you can begin offering a comprehensive employee benefits program that aligns with both your business and human resources goals. And by incorporating opportunities for voluntary insurance products and services into your offerings, you can enhance benefits packages without increasing your budget.
Your business’s financial professional can help you determine what will help you with employee recruitment and retention. If you need a financial professional who offers personalized service that focuses on your business needs, the companies of OneAmerica® can help you find a financial professional today.
The Employee Benefits Story
Learn about the philosophy, focus and strengths of the employee benefits products and services from the companies of OneAmerica.
For 50 years, the lawfirm of Ice Miller has turned to the companies of OneAmerica for their employee benefits needs. See why the relationship works.
What Employers Need to Attract Top Talent
As an employer, in order to entice and retain valuable employees, it’s important to recognize and support their changing needs. By offering a comprehensive benefits package, you provide employees the chance to protect what matters most to them and help protect what matters most to you.Read the full article...
A Win-Win Approach to Retaining Key People
Your most important business assets are your people — especially owners and other key employees. Without them, the business loses ground, and in many cases, dies. Even the most loyal employee or committed owner may consider a departure. And, every employee will at some point face retirement, disability or death. See how life insurance can help retain employees and protect your business.Read the full article...
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