1. What Employee Benefits is Your Company Missing?

    The salary that you offer for a job is just the beginning of a full compensation package. A savvy prospective job-seeker will know to look at the other pieces of the compensation puzzle, including (and especially) what kind of benefits you are offering. Is your company offering all of the benefits that it should be? Are there some that you should include in your compensation package but aren't? Yo…Read More

  2. How Employee Benefits Can Help A Business Become More Successful

    As your business grows and you face the prospect of being required to offer benefits to your employees, it can feel like an overwhelming expense at first. Suddenly, a good portion of your profits is being eaten up by healthcare and other employee benefits. There are a number of ways that our employee benefits consultant in North Jersey can help you keep those spiraling costs under control, but it'…Read More

  3. Ways To Increase Employee Satisfaction

    Running a business can be difficult enough without having to worry about your employees and whether or not they are satisfied with their job, the business, and what they do. Employee satisfaction is measured by many different things. If an employee feels happy and content in their work, they are more likely to be satisfied. There are many different factors that plan into employee satisfaction. It …Read More

  4. Why Value-Based Benefit Designs Work

    Value-based insurance design, or value-based benefits design, is a newer approach in health insurance with one main goal in mind. This benefits design works to offer employees access to high value care. High value care is simply care that provides the best health results for patients and at the best price. This benefits design is meant to help with both overuse and underuse. Overuse of health insu…Read More

  5. Benefits of HR Outsourcing

    A PEO can handle a lot for your business, from finding the best solution for employee benefits to taking responsibility of payroll functions. Starting a business, or running a small business, may be difficult, but there are ways to make it easier for you. Allowing a Professional Employer Organization to assist your business can help make operations run smoothly, allowing you more time to focus on …Read More

  6. How A PEO Can Help You

    If you run a small business, you understand a challenge. You know the hard work, dedication, commitment, frustration, and everything else that goes into starting a business and helping it grow. You are focused on the important matters—being the problem solver, leader, and being a business owner overall. With so much already on your plate, why not let someone else handle the other matters for you…Read More

  7. What PEOs Do For Small Businesses

    Starting a small business was challenging enough without even thinking about all the problems and tasks you would have to focus on to keep your business running smoothly. You started slowly growing but soon realized that the HR side of your business took a lot more of your time than you expected. Many small business owners work up to 50 hours a week, and many of those hours are spent focused on HR…Read More

  8. What’s Going on in the Health Care World?

    Health care is a tricky business, especially when politics get involved, trying to change policies and create new amendments. And that is what is happening now. As President Trump promised, he is working toward a repeal and replace for Obamacare, but the last vote for his American Health Care Act (AHCA) did not get enough votes for it to pass. He is one step closer, however, after getting the bill…Read More

  9. Is a Professional Employer Organization right for you?

    Is a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) right for your company? Our clients have found that our PEO platform reduces health insurance premiums by 10-15% or more. Consistently, PEOs have held growth in medical insurance costs to single digit rate. For small and intermediate size companies, a Professional Employer Organization brings the professionalism and efficiency of large-scale pers…Read More

  10. Controlling diabetes-related healthcare costs

    Bottom line: the healthcare cost for uncontrolled diabetes can be 2-8 times higher than controlled diabetes. By helping your employees manage and control their diabetes, you can get control of your healthcare costs, keep productive employees on the job, and increase employee satisfaction. At Rittenhouse Benefits, we help your employees manage and control their diabetes, delivering tangible benefi…Read More