As employers, veterinarians are not immune to the problems associated with their employees’ health insurance. Veterinary practices concerned with attracting and retaining the highest-quality employees are forced to compete with all other businesses.

One of the major difficulties associated with the acquisition and retention of talent are health insurance costs, which are often the second or third largest expenditures incurred by veterinary practices annually.

We frequently hear from practice owners and managers, “How does our benefit program compare to what other practices are offering?” To help answer that question, GCG Financial is excited to announce that the 2016 Veterinary Benefits Benchmarking Survey is now open.

The survey includes:

  • Benefit plan designs and premium
  • Strategies in response to health care reform
  • Employee contribution strategies
  • Cost control initiatives and future trends

Your time will yield a comprehensive benchmarking report, and survey information is confidential. In addition, all survey participants will be entered into a drawing for a $250 donation to the animal shelter of your choice.

Take the 2016 Veterinary Benefits Benchmarking Survey.

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