We understand that changing your employee benefits can seem difficult.
But do you ever wonder if you’re paying too much? Does your program truly meet your goals — getting and keeping good employees — and is everyone making the best use of it? Is the service you get from your insurance broker just OK? Or haven’t you heard from your contact in a while?
At Lang Financial Group, we believe you deserve better. Here is how we ensure you get it.
First, you talk and we listen. We care about your business. Only after we understand your needs and goals can we recommend a program that’s right for you — now and in the future.
Next, we’ll have a simple discussion. This starts by summarizing your current benefits and coverage, pointing out any gaps between what you have and what you need — and the best ways to spend your insurance dollar. If what you have now looks great, we congratulate you and thank you for your time. If not, we ask for some information so we can move to the next step.
Then we do our homework. This includes reviewing your current coverage, the history of how you have used it and what your options are. Then we dig deeper, to learn your employee demographics and the goals and expectations that you and your people have for your benefits program. With this background, we apply our decades of industry experience to create a plan that makes the most sense for your company.
Only then do we create your custom solution. We handle all of the details: from getting quotes, to ensuring you understand the plan we’re creating together, to making a smooth transition to the new solution. Then we develop an employee benefits booklet that makes your plan easy to understand and use, and we train your people on their new coverage.
We’re always there for you. By saying this we mean more than just quickly responding to questions from you or your employees. We will also reach out regularly with updates and any new information you may need. And we’ll schedule an annual market analysis of your plan. We will be your insurance advocate.