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About 33% of adults between the ages of 19 and 64 don’t have dental insurance. These people often aren’t able to access dental care when they need it.

Many employers don’t offer full-coverage dental insurance to their employees because they think the cost isn’t worthwhile, but we’re here to talk about why that’s a mistake.

Read on to learn all about the benefits of investing in full-coverage dental insurance for your employees.

1. It May Reduce Sick Leave

Many employers understand that offering health insurance can help reduce employee illness (and, as a result, sick leave), but did you know that offering dental insurance has the same impact?

Poor dental health can result in employees having to miss work. One bad cavity can make it impossible for employees to eat, speak, or even focus well enough to do their jobs correctly.

If they aren’t able to afford dental visits or their own private dental insurance, they may eventually have to take time off for emergency dental treatment. Depending on what type of treatment they need, they may also have a few days of recovery time in which they won’t be able to work.

This is horrible for the employees, but it’s also bad for your bottom line. When you provide employees with what they need to take care of themselves, you can avoid this problem.

2. It Improves Employee Morale

It’s no secret that happy employees are productive employees. If you want to keep your employees happy, you have to take care of them. Providing dental insurance is one of many ways you should be doing that.

Employees who don’t feel supported by their employers may not want to go above and beyond to do their work. While they’ll do what’s asked of them, they have no motivation to truly help you grow your business.

Many employers are struggling to retain employees as the “great resignation” continues. If you keep your employees happy, they’ll be far more likely to stick with your company.

Remember, your employees are the ones helping you make money. Support them, and they’ll support you in return.

3. It Makes You a More Competitive Employer

It’s becoming more and more challenging for employers to find new talent. There are many talented workers out there, but they have plenty of jobs to choose from. If you’re looking to hire the best of the best, you need to offer them something worthwhile.

Insurance is part of a good compensation plan. Dental insurance is far less common, making it even better if you’re trying to have a competitive edge over other local businesses in your niche.

When an employee is choosing between two potential jobs, and yours is the only one that offers a comprehensive dental health insurance policy, they may be more inclined to choose it.

Investing in Full-Coverage Dental Insurance Is Essential

As an employer, it’s in the best interest of both you and your employees to invest in full-coverage dental insurance. It will keep employees healthy, improve their morale, and help you attract new talent.

At Semple Solutions, we offer a variety of group insurance options, so you can find one that works for you. Contact us to learn more today.

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