We believe employees are your organization’s most important asset. They understand all the facets of your business and communicate your company’s value to the world. Yet it’s becoming more and more challenging to attract and retain key employees.
After four decades in this industry, we know how to help organizations like yours do just that. The Drury Insurance Group difference is in our approach. We’ll help you form a strategy to build the most competitive employee benefit program possible for your organization. Then we make sure your employees truly understand their benefits and compensation package, which leads to increased appreciation and loyalty*. We want to be your benefits partner throughout the entire process and beyond.
*MetLife’s 14th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Report
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS THAT WORK FOR YOUR COMPANY
The Drury Insurance Group is first and foremost your employee benefits partner. We work with top-tier insurance carriers on your behalf to help you offer the health and voluntary products your employees want – all while fitting your budget. And the best part? We make the entire process easy for you and your HR team.
As a human resources associate you juggle a lot every single day – from onboarding new hires and helping with employee relations, to fielding questions about benefits, wellness and processes, but one of the most time-consuming tasks of all is preparing for and conducting open enrollment.
We can help you simplify how you perform everyday payroll and human resources tasks with a smart online system. You’ll be able to streamline your processes, save time, and reduce redundancy with industry-leading technology and customer service.
Offering a robust benefits package helps attract and retain employees, while boosting morale and driving company loyalty. In fact, 79% of employees favor more benefits and perks to a pay increase. And yet keeping track of all of the different invoices from all your different benefits providers can seem overwhelming – and like a never-ending task.
Employees today are used to being able to gather info and buy directly online with the push of a button. These same expectations extend to their benefits selection process. Gone are the days when a printed benefits booklet and paper app will suffice. To truly have an engaged and educated workforce, technology is key.