Understanding Workplace Benefits…
Congratulations on your new position! I know the last thing on your mind are your new workplace benefits. Because I’m sure you are full of excitement about your success. You competed against a few other very qualified candidates and you came out on top. And now you have an exciting new challenge.
You made smart choices about the opportunities you pursued. Them, you nailed your first interview. The follow up interviews went great too. And later on, HR Director called to tell you that everyone was very impressed with what you brought to the table.
However, before you sink into those challenging new duties, Be wise and take a look at your new workplace benefits and make sure you’re making smart choices there too.
Workplace Benefits are Confusing
Do benefits packages leave you a bit confused? And if not confused, are you just not excited
about reading through tons of “literature?” I know you’d rather read the back of a toothpaste box and find out how the whitening works than read benefits PDFs on your company HR site.
But this is important stuff. But because I know how dull this stuff can be, I am putting the finishing touches on a video series that will provide education and shortcuts to choosing workplace benefits.
Video Series Helps Solve the Benefits Mystery
- Health Insurance – the first thing everyone thinks of
- Disability – In my mind, not optional: how to set this up properly
- Life insurance – should you get this?
- FSA- the changes to consider
- 401k/profit Sharing – Yes take the free money but what else to consider?
Workplace Benefits – Don’t Take Them for Granted
Make Smarter Choices with Your Money
Bonus. When you register for the video series, get a free 30 minute workplace benefits phone consult with Chris Grande, MSIM, RMA. Chris is 21 year financial planning expert, speaker, teacher and financial blogger. Chris has taught courses and led workshops at the Tufts Institute for Learning in Retirement, the Medford, Watertown, Lexington, Melrose, Arlington and Belmont Councils on Aging, at various local libraries and Boston area corporations.