According to Grant Thornton’s most recent semi-annual medium-sized business survey, the percentage of U.S. CFOs who cite employee benefits as the business cost about which they are most concerned is 75%. I’ve written a few articles in the last month about how some companies are reducing their employee health benefits’ costs and provided some creative ways to provide employee benefits on a budget. After seeing this statistic, I’ve decided to post several more over the next month or two. Anything I can do to alleviate someone’s worries! (Or at least another CFO cost concern since I’ve been there myself.)
If you have any suggestions or ideas that have worked for you, please share them. Thanks!