THE DELINGTON REPORT:
WHAT IS THE TRADITIONAL DEFINITION OF AN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT?
Employee benefits are traditionally viewed as paid benefits by an employer and offered to an employee or a group of employees. For example; specified fringe benefits, workplace perks, or tuition reimbursement are a form of an indirect, non-cash or cash compensation paid to an employee in addition to their defined salary or wages.
WHY ARE WE COMMITTED TO THE EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE?
In addition to the various types of traditional employee benefits offered, we believe that benefits that are aligned with but not limited to: life insurance protection, dental & vision, short-term disability, and health insurance benefits. are essential in order to reach an objective of attracting as well as retaining quality, employees who can assist in the growth and profitability of a business.
As an independent brokerage firm, we specialize in evaluating employee benefit structures with the goal of identifying and presenting sustainable solutions designed to strategically help increase a company’s profit margin, so that the focus can remain on attracting and keeping the key employees, who are responsible for helping a business increase growth or exceed profitably.
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