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? Our ‘A’ Team assists in the selection of a benefits package that clients can be proud to offer their employees. We use the best plan management strategies to look at the past, present and future of your business and then align employee benefits based on company goals, culture, characteristics, motivators and philosophy. We differentiate by inspiring clients to champion their benefits through a suite of powerful benefit risk services, including:
To really impact a client’s bottom line, we take it one step further, making a direct connection between risk and health and quintessentially business insurance and employee benefits. At Assurance, these two sides are structured to 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, safety initiatives or a new benefits strategy, you’ll have a team of benefit and risk management experts at your fingertips working in conjunction to minimize risk and maximize health.
Temporary and contract staffing sales totaled $138.5 billion in 2018, an increase of 3.4% over 2017, according to data from the American Staffing Association. With an increase of sophisticated PEOs … read more
Does your organization utilize fingerprints, retina, voice, face scans, or other biometric identifiers in its day-to-day practices? If so, you’ll want to be aware of the Biometric Information Privacy … read more
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to record or report work-related fatalities, injuries and illnesses. However, a company that has ten employees or less or … read more
First, we want to learn more about you. Tell us about your insurance experience by filling out the form below, and we'll be in touch.