Health & Benefits
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Offering benefits to your employees will attract a higher caliber of worker and make your company more successful and more profitable. When an applicant looks for employment, the two most important factors they consider are salary and benefits. Having programs such as business health insurance or group dental coverage will act as a major draw for your company. Rice Insurance will help you retain better employees by setting you up with an affordable and attractive employee benefits package.
Employee benefits may include but are not limited to:
- Business Health insurance
- Retirement plans
- Workers compensation
- And voluntary products
No matter what size and type of business you are running, Rice Insurance can help you incentivize your business and recruit a higher quality of employee by offering your employees a full range of comprehensive benefits. Start off with small business group health insurance and build from there - you'll be amazed at the positive result.
Contact us today for free small business health insurance quotes and get your business on the track to success!
Read our blog, Health Insurance Update, for more information on group benefits!
News & Information
- Regence BlueShield and St Joseph's Hospital/Peace Health Medical Center are at an impasse in their contract negotiations as of 2/8/2011. That means thousands of members could be without an in-network hospital in Whatcom County as of the contract expiration date of 3/31/2011. Click on the above links for the two parties' announcements. We will continue to update this page and our clients as additional information becomes available. Click here for St Joseph's Hospital/ PeaceHealth Medical Center's 2/11/2011 letter to the broker/employer communities. Click here for Regence's 2/28/2011 announcement that they are sending letters to their members about the ongoing negotiations.
- The recently enacted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act could earn you a new tax credit this year for providing health insurance for your employees. If your small business or tax-exempt organization pays employee health insurance premiums in 2010, you may be eligible to claim a new tax credit on your 2010 tax return. Learn More...
- Group Health Cooperative as featured on CNN