We’re drilling down the top 5 reasons you should consider adding dental and vision plans to your benefits offerings.
1. There Is No Cost To You
You can add dental and vision plans to your benefits package at zero cost to you! Employees can choose dental and vision coverage without hurting your bottom line.
2. Engage New and Current Employees
You can add dental and vision plans to your benefits package at zero cost to you! Employees can choose dental and vision coverage without hurting your bottom lineToday, employees are focused on companies who offer a strong benefits package with good quality coverage. A robust benefits package can be the decision maker when hiring new talent to your team. Some employees may not be interested in health coverage, because they are already covered on a spouse or parent’s plan. However, they may not have access to a quality dental and vision plan, so you can help them close that gap- of coverage of course.
3. Protect Employee Health
Providing employees with dental and vision benefits helps them stay healthy and encourages them to take advantage of basic care including annual exams. (A twice a year trip to the dentist not only keeps gums and teeth clean, but also avoids any health issues that could be created by lack of dental hygiene) These exams help establish a baseline of health making it easier to eye-dentify any changes.
4. Support Employee Productivity
You don’t need a high Eye-Q to see that healthy employees mean productive employees! If you have ever had to deal with a dental dilemma, you know how painful and expensive those could be. Reduce employee stress and pain by giving them access to a plan that helps cover dental costs and assures speedy access to care. Be proactive in taking care of your team, and avoiding preventable illnesses by offering strong dental and vision benefits and promoting overall wellness.
5. Find The Right Plan For You
There are thousands of dental and vision plans out there, how will you know what’s right for you? Our team takes the time to look through important plan details like waiting periods, annual maximum limits and more. There can be just a few dollar difference between a plan that has limits and restrictions and one that provides good quality coverage. Is your current agent willing to take the time to read the fine print?