Parma, Ohio is rich with spectacular businesses from W Ridgewood Drive to Day Drive to W Sprague Road. But most of these spectacular businesses wouldn’t be known if it weren’t for their employees. Show how much you appreciate your employees by providing them with amazing employee benefits. The transformation of your business will be tremendous because using these benefits will help retain hard working, dependable employees, ultimately bringing better profitable business your way in Parma, Ohio. So when business owners look at the before and after, they will agree with HR Butler—that it was a journey. To make a part of the journey seem a little simpler, HR Butler offers employee benefits on top of standard pay. HR Butler is your benefit broker who offers self-insured, fully-insured and traditionally insured plans from a variety of major carriers and shops to keep the interest of you along with your employees in Parma, Ohio. An important software HR Butler uses is called, Formfire, which allows us to compare rates of an abundant array of shops and carriers. So, you can choose the one you and your employees thinks best fits their needs. Plus, there is only one form to fill out to receive the benefits for your employees in Parma, Ohio! These benefits include medical along with ancillary benefits such as dental, vision, group life and more. At no cost, we’re also able to give some ancillary lines to the employer. HR Butler is your benefit broker who works with you— like a team—to compete, complement and capitalize your business in Parma, Ohio through this journey. However, if there is an issue or an inquiry about a claim that comes to light, let us guide you in the right direction because, no journey is complete on your own. Let’s transform your mindset of working in Parma, Ohio into a positive one. In return, it will make the company gain efficiency and productivity. Using our beneficial 24-hour answer policy, you will get a response from us within 24-hours even if we don’t know the answer to your question on the spot. Why can’t employers and employees think about their future together?