How to Close the Benefits Gap for Highly Compensated Employees
Ironically, the employees that mean the most to the success of the company often have benefit packages that offer far less than the “rank and file” employees. The gap can be surprisingly large when you think about it on a percentage basis, and it only gets worse as the employee’s income increases. If you have highly compensated clients who are experiencing these benefits shortfalls, connect with Cavalier Associates to walk through effective strategies to “equalize” your client’s benefits. Even better, these solutions include strategies in the corporate benefits arena as well as analogous individual solutions in case their employer is not willing to entertain an expanded benefits offering.
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