Group Health Insurance
Group health insurance (also called group medical insurance) protects employees and their families if they are sick or injured off the job. It is the primary non-cash related benefit workers are looking for in an employer. Whether or not a company offers group health insurance to their employees and the cost of coverage, is often a major factor in an employee's decision process for accepting and maintaining employment.
- Elevate Insurance offers group health insurance in Nevada and Idaho.
Group Dental Insurance
Other than group health insurance, studies show group dental insurance is the next most popular employee benefit. While seeing the dentist is not something most people look forward to, regular check-ups are important for good health. With regular check-ups, tooth decay, gum disease and oral cancer can be spotted early. Group dental insurance helps employees pay for dental work that they may not otherwise be able to afford. Other than health insurance, surveys indicate that group dental insurance is the most popular employee benefit employer's offer.
Group Vision Insurance
Regular eye exams are important not only for vision correction, but for disease prevention. And the steady growth of smart phone and computer use at work, in the home and at school has only magnified the need for professional eye care. Group vision insurance allows employers to choose the vision benefits that fits their employee's needs.
Group Life Insurance
Life is priceless. Maybe that's why life insurance can sometimes seem expensive. However group life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment is never out of reach for your employees and their dependents. Group life insurance is designed for groups of 10 or more employees with or without employer contributions.
Group Disability Insurance
Nearly three-fourths of medically consulted injuries suffered by workers' occurred off the job. Group disability insurance pays a weekly or monthly benefit to employees who become sick or injured when not at work. As an incentive to return to productivity, a partial disability benefit is available to support the recovering employee's return to full potential through part-time work.
Telemedicine services , powered by Teladoc, the nation's leading telemedicine services company providing employees with a phone, video and mobile app access to licensed United States physicians, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Telemedicine is an inexpensive employee benefit for employees who may, or may not have group health insurance.