|Position||Employee Benefits Advisor|
|Company Name||Paul Donas, LLC|
|Address||41 Watchung Plaza, #207
Montclair, NJ 07042
|Years in Business||25 years|
|My Business||Small and mid-sized businesses offer benefits to their employees, however, those benefits can be increasingly expensive. We work with businesses to help contain costs while maintaining a competitive package.We assist with: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, State Mandated Disability (DBL in New York and TDB in New Jersey), Short-Term Disability (STD), Long-Term Disability (LTD), Group Life Insurance, Vision coverage, etc.|
|CA Insurance||CA Insurance License #0F77929|
|Bio||Paul Donas, LLC
We want the management of your employee benefits package to be the easiest part of your job. Employee-based benefits are fluid and ever-changing as we’ve seen over the last few years especially considering the DOL’s newly revisited laws and regulations concerning ERISA guidelines, the Affordable Healthcare Act (OBAMAcare) especially its impact on small to mid-size companies of 50 or less employees, and modifications in carrier plans to cite a few; the Donas team is the go-to resource for our clients.
As we have often said, ‘we remain carrier agnostic’. Simply put, we view it as our responsibility to continually provide neutral, unbiased advice and recommendations that best suit current budget, employee roll and strategic plans. We know that the insurance company wants you to keep your business with them. Our job is to make sure that the client and the employees are happy and that the benefits are truly a benefit, regardless of whether you stay with the incumbent carrier or change providers along the way.
We regularly share ideas and concepts that, prior to working with us, our clients may not have been exposed to before. Often times, they have been introduced to cost-saving ideas prior to our taking on the relationship yet for one reason or another, did not receive the explanation of advantages inherent in making a change – whether major or incidental to the plan. Again, we have found that nothing less than 100% communication and a collaborative effort can make the difference and remain within the confines of specific strategic and budgetary models.
At the end of the day we work for our groups, not the insurance companies. Making the carriers compete for your business typically ensures that you and your employees are getting the greatest value on the dollar.