TORONTO, Jan. 19 /CNW/ - With company lay-offs making the news on an almost-daily basis, one firm is showing business leaders an innovative way they can do more with less. How? By getting them to re-evaluate their employee benefits programs. It may not be the first place most companies look to improve their bottom line, but an employee benefits program can have a bigger impact than you might think on overall business success.
With costs rising and great people becoming harder to find, a properly governed retirement program and an effectively managed benefits plan can help lower expenses, attract and retain great talent and improve employee morale. The trouble is, few companies have the resources or expertise to manage it all in-house.
BHH is a specialist in benefits and retirement programs; they employ strategists, consultants, client service reps and in-house underwriters to manage every aspect, from strategy development to implementation. They make your benefits more beneficial, and for the past 28 years they've helped hundreds of companies turn their benefits programs from an expense into an investment. BHH starts by learning everything they can about a client company, particularly their goals and objectives. (Each company's situation is unique, and no one gets an off-the-shelf solution.) Then, through their Integrated Benefits Strategy(R), they seek to marry the well-being of a company with the well-being of its employees. This proprietary program, partially based on the principles of lean manufacturing, reduces waste through a process of continuous improvement. And like lean manufacturing, it's all about doing more with less.
The BHH Integrated Benefits Strategy(R) helps managers bring their benefits costs under control by empowering the employees to take greater ownership and responsibility for their benefits program. It also often frees valuable human resource and accounting department staff from time-consuming paperwork and other tedious program management tasks, thus allowing them to be more productive. In the end, the time saved is money earned for the company, and in a tough economy, every dollar earned is crucial.
For further information: For further information: on BHH visit their website at www.bhhbenefits.com or contact Brian Hansell, Strategist & Partner of BHH, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel.: (905) 643-1017, ext. 225