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Designing Benefit Plans1Designing Benefit PlansCompensation and Benefits ManagementBUS-FP4043 Professor Marni Swain
Designing Benefit Plans2Designing Benefit PlansThe total pay of workers is a vital factor in jobs, wage arrangements are more than one paycheck and include additional incentives offered by the organization. Benefits are a perfect way to add value when hiring skilled workers, as the inability to provide employees with valuable benefits may result in lack of experience or higher turnover. Smaller organizations, compared with bigger companies, can seem disadvantageous. Since our company is a start-up consultancy firm, we will ensure that our future hires have the tools that they need. Because our company's emphasis is on social media interactions, most of our staff will be younger millennials. We ensure that our services are tailored to the traditional products and the opportunities that the millennial generation needs and expects.Compensation and incentives are an ideal way to attract eligible applicants and the company's ability to have workers who appreciate, contribute and live up to the ethos the agency aims to portray. Employees become happier at work, contributing to higher results and commitment withgood pay and rewards (Miller, n.d.). Our company will ensure that we are consistent with the necessary benefits and add value by delivering discretionary incentives in strict accordance with Federal and New York State legislation.As an agency, we offer disability benefits, health protection for jobs and maintain compliance with federal legislation on social welfare, Medicare and the State Insurance Cover Act (FICA). Because that is required at federal and state rates that is included in the overall plan, but this is just the beginning of the offers because while we do not have the duty to include health care on
Designing Benefit Plans3behalf of our workers count (What basic benefits does an organization give employees?, 2014), we do provide health insurance options.As a business, we see the importance our workers add and appreciate the need for compensation packages, even though they are expensive. The average pay of workers as defined in our benefitsprogram is $50,000, while the employees' standard net cost is 1.25 to 1.4 times the base wage, the total incentive package cost about $62,500 to $70,000 including commissions and bonuses. Such figures consist of the regular income, a life plan provided by the government that will pay three times the employee's base income. Medical care will make up $2,000 to $3,000 for a person up to $6,000 for a family and $7,200 for a single adult; medical coverage is about $500 and illness is about $250 (Richards, n.d.). Because of an employee's direct expenses, 69.6% are in wages and pensions, while 30.04% are in tandem with compensation (Employer Benefits for Employee Benefit Press Release Document, 2017). Price patterns can be affected by many variables, such as changes in the insurance premiums and the number of employees, while staff

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