Growing companies in today’s tech scene face two constant battles:
1. Attracting and retaining the best possible talent
2. Offering the benefits required to land this talent
That’s where League comes in. League is able to offer the right health benefits packages to tech companies because League is a true disruptor, just like most tech businesses. In fact, League is one of the leading global fintech innovators, having found success in the dual mission of disrupting outdated industries, while also providing consumer-centric solutions.
If you are currently on a search to find the best health benefits for your employees, here’s why you should consider partnering with a company that truly understands the needs of the modern tech workplace.
Technology that’s as advanced as the tech industry
Tech companies should be able to leverage their health benefits with technology that meets their standards. Through League, employees can access their health benefits -including finding providers and booking appointments – directly from League’s user-friendly mobile platform.
Furthermore, tech companies can virtually eliminate the paper trail that comes with many benefits plans, by choosing a consumer-centric app with a seamless UX. Avoiding the confusion and complications of many traditional plans, employees can use League to track their health expenses, submit claims, get reimbursed, or discover other ways to engage with their health right through their phone.
League also helps tech organizations by bringing health resources directly to their employees—rather than leaving them to seek it out on their own. For example, through Health Concierge, employees gain instant access to trained health professionals. So instead of having to self-diagnose, they can live-chat directly with a nurse through the League platform.
Moreover, League helps employees stay healthier in the workplace. Through Health@Work, companies can bring any number of health and wellness services – from group pilates classes to financial management courses – directly into the office. The result is that League makes it easy for employees to integrate health and wellness into their daily lives.
A Solution That’s as Flexible as Your Business
The top reason that employees seek work elsewhere, beyond compensation, is the promise of better benefits, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
And health benefits are ranked as the most important employee benefit according to the Harvard Business Review, a statistic that is pushing tech organizations to provide benefits that are as diverse as the needs of their employees.
These diverse needs are causing employees to grow tired of the limitations and inflexibility of many one-size-fits-all benefits plans. But with League, tech companies can tailor comprehensive plans to fit these unique needs.
For instance, with flexible benefits, such as Health Spending Accounts (HSAs) and Lifestyle Spending Accounts (LSAs) – employees can choose their own healthcare professionals or discover hundreds of local, vetted health providers and health services to address their personal health needs. Many of these services can be delivered virtually, while others can be provided in-office or offsite.
This flexibility ensures that employees spend their health benefits dollars on the care that matters to them most – from fitness and professional development to nutrition and financial wellness. League enables them to take a proactive, preventative approach to their well-being. This approach will likely result in not only healthier, happier employees, but also a more productive workforce.
For growing companies, League is able to provide health benefits at the speed of the tech industry. That’s because League is a technology firm, recently named one of the Fintech100 by KPMG and investment firm H2 Ventures.
So for tech businesses seeking a way to deliver cutting-edge health benefits that meet the growing expectations of their employees, League may be the perfect solution. Because at the end of the day, to help attract and retain the best possible talent, tech firms need to find benefits partners that think the way they do.
If you think League might be the right choice for your tech company, try reading this case study for an example of how League was able to provide benefits to support a growing startup.