Big hands of boss hold of small people. Metaphor of office people under protection of leader. Safety at work concept, care, relaxed atmosphere, perks benefits for personnel. Flat vector illustration. Credit:  Andrey Apoev/Adobe Stock An increasingly diverse workforce means that one-size-fits-all benefits plans are no longer an option. Benefits offerings must be flexible and progressive in order to appeal to today’s workers and their families. (Credit: Andrey Apoev/Adobe Stock)

Your employees are a key part of keeping your small business going — so are employee benefits. Although it can be difficult for smaller employers to compete with large organizations when it comes to recruiting and retaining employees, offering the right employee benefits can level the playing field.

alm small biz adviser logo - 7-6-22There is a wide spectrum of employee benefits that small and medium-sized businesses can tailor to their specific market, industry, and employee population. In addition, many states also offer state-sponsored retirement plans and other benefits to employees of small businesses. This means it’s imperative that business owners stay up to date on regulations around those plans, as well as labor and employment laws.

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