Small business owners have many considerations when it comes to choosing a health insurance provider and plan. Health insurance benefits are a top factor in recruiting and retaining small business employees, and offering a strong plan can help your company retain its competitive advantage. Of course, the health insurance options that are available to your small business depend on three main factors: your small business’s age, location, and size.
Finding a health insurance provider that fits your small business's unique needs is uniquely important, that's why we've partnered with eHealth to help you compare plans and carriers.
What questions are considered in selecting a small business health insurance plan?
Can your small business afford to offer employee health insurance?
Do you know what type of coverage plans your company would like to offer?
Which quotes apply to your location and ideal group coverage plan?
Have you organized your proof of business type and location, payroll, and employee details?
Together, we serve small businesses
Pie has partnered with eHealth for your small business health insurance needs. Quickly compare plans from a wide range of providers with eHealth.
What other types of insurance might my small business need?
While health insurance helps cover small business employees in the pursuit of health and wellness, there are other types of coverage a small business owner also needs to consider:
Workers’ compensation insurance helps provide medical, disability, survivor, burial, and rehabilitation benefits to employees who are injured or killed due to a work-related injury or illness. In nearly all states, and with few exceptions, businesses are required by law to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Check your current workers’ comp rate in 3 minutes.
Cyber insurance helps protect your business against data breaches and cybercrime, such as computer hacking and stolen information.
Commercial auto insurance helps cover accidents, injuries, or harm caused by you or your employees during work-related automobile use.