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The 2021 Employee Benefits Survey is Now Open!
Since 2001, Hickok & Boardman HR Intelligence has conducted an annual survey of Vermont area employers, capturing their thoughts and actions as they respond to the ever-changing benefits marketplace. With major health care reform changes occurring, it is more important than ever to get a baseline for health care costs and benefits. We strongly urge your organization to participate so that we may provide the Vermont business community with representative findings. Individual survey responses are strictly confidential; only aggregate data will be reported. All participants who submit a completed survey will receive a complimentary copy of the results (a $300 value), published later this year.
The 2021 Employee Benefits Survey is now open, take the survey to find out what other companies are offering in their benefits package and how your benefits compare in the marketplace. Please email Stacey Sharp at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have. Thank you in advance for your participation.
Your most important assets have always been your employees. Which is why attracting, growing and retaining the best talent will always be your organization's most important task. That's where we can help. We're the region's largest and most sophisticated HR support services firm. From our traditional strengths in providing benefit plan consulting and administration, we've expanded to assist our clients with HR Compliance, Workforce Engagement, Compensation & Classification, Strategic HR & Technology and Training & Development. So let's get started. A smarter, more empowered workforce awaits.
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