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Details: You are conducting an annual benefits review for your company. You must determine what, if any, changes should be made for the following plan year. This is a great opportunity to design and implement a benefits package that includes more than what is currently offered. The current plan includes an indemnity health plan, long-term disability and life insurance.
As you prepare your plan recommendations, consider how to create a plan that is competitive within the industry, is financially feasible for the organization, and meets the needs of the employees.
In your plan you should address the following:
* Various discretionary benefits you recommend and why
* Legal regulations to be considered
* The issues/challenges need to be considered with this new benefit program
* How the new benefit program will be communicated to managers and employees?
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Various discretionary benefits I recommend:
1) Vacation leave - Employees should receive 2-3 weeks of vacation per year, depending on their length of service with the company. Such leaves and holidays allow employees to take time off their work, relax and rejuvenate and thus, maintain their productivity throughout the year.
2) Sick leave - Employees should also receive 12 days of sick leave per year.
3) Paid holidays - Employees receive 10 scheduled holidays and one floating holiday each year.
4) Health and dental insurance should be provided to the employees as well as their eligible dependents, such as wife and kids.
5) Life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance: Life insurance and accidental death insurance is a must for employees as it provides them a sense of security.
6) Disability insurance: This benefit will relieve employees of any fear related to disability due to accidents, etc.
7) Long term care insurance - In addition to the employee, their spouse and parents may also qualify to purchase coverage through the group plan.
8) Pre-tax accounts - These allow the employees to pay certain expenses with money taken from their pay before it is taxed. Because they are taxed less, ...
Vacation leave - Employees should receive 2-3 weeks of vacation per year, depending on their length of service with the company. Such leaves and holidays allow employees to take time off their work, relax and rejuvenate and thus, maintain their productivity throughout the year.