Park City, Utah (PRWEB) July 21, 2013
Today, Zane Benefits, the online alternative to group health insurance, published a new guide on creating affordable employee health benefits
According to Zane Benefits’ website, the new 12- paged eBook helps business owners and HR managers understand how defined contribution health benefits can reduce the cost and time associated with traditional health insurance, while maintaining all of the benefits employees love.
The landscape of small business health insurance is changing and the cost of group health insurance is no longer sustainable. Businesses need new ways to offer the same or better health benefits at a controllable cost, because finding and retaining the best employees is top priority in order to thrive in today’s economy.
Because of this, businesses are transitioning to a defined contribution health benefits approach.
Small Business Owners, CEOs, and Human Resources Managers should download this guide to learn how defined contribution health benefits create controllable costs for the business, and quality health benefits for employees.
The free eBook covers the following topics:
-How to design affordable health benefits that employees love
-The top 3 reason businesses are transitioning to defined contribution
-How defined contribution compares to group health insurance
-Strategic ways to free up more time for meaningful work
About Zane Benefits
Zane Benefits was founded in 2006 to provide a revolutionized SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) administration platform ("ZaneHRA") for Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) and defined contribution health care. The flagship software provides a 100% paperless administration experience to small businesses and insurance professionals that want to offer better health benefits without a traditional group health insurance plan at lower costs. For more information about ZaneHRA, visit http://www.zanebenefits.com.
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