For over 50 years, we’ve serviced and counseled thousands of clients on their employee benefits strategy. Assurance has an arsenal of experts and service offerings ready to answer your every question and provide a solution for your every need. We don’t just talk the talk either. With over 100 awards, we’re recognized as an innovator for bringing healthy, engaging programs onsite to employees.
When it comes to employee benefits and wellness, we want what you want:
So how do we turn these “wants” into actions? Through a suite of powerful benefits services, including:
Our approach is to provide you with the most comprehensive tools needed to control your benefits costs, while also remaining compliant. We structure plans that maximize the well-being of your employees and then support the plan by providing customized employee-facing communication pieces. Our goal is to help your employees become savvy healthcare consumers in order to lower costs for both parties. To accomplish this goal, we set a service strategy and timeline inclusive of benchmarks and then track and report back our progress. By doing so, we’re getting one step closer to our long-term vision of creating $1 billion in value for our clients annually.
What also sets Assurance apart is the direct connection made between risk and health – and quintessentially – business insurance and employee benefits. Our two sides work together to ensure your overall program keeps employees safe, happy, healthy and working – which in turn – lowers your costs. So whether you need compliance support, wellness programs or a new benefits strategy, you’ll experience the Assurance difference and the one term most brokerages can’t offer – ACCOUNTABILITY.
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