To prevent employees from becoming another statistic in the Great Resignation, you may want to revisit the health benefits you offer. Some small business owners are embracing a perk once rarely found outside of the U.S. military: no-cost health insurance.
The average U.S. worker pays $1,299 toward an individual premium or $5,969 toward a family premium each year, according to a 2021 survey from the Kaiser Family Health Foundation. Founders are finding one of the best ways to attract and retain talent is to bring that out-of-pocket number down to zero. Nearly half of the 475 companies on Inc.'s 2022 Best Workplaces list now offer entirely employer-paid health insurance.
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