SCH&A Insurance Services

Large Group Medical

Large group employers in California are classified as having 101 or more employees. Large Group Medical insurance has special requirements that are very different from those of Individual/Family and Small Group Medical.

Small Group Medical

Small Group Medical Insurance plans are required to meet the Affordable Care Act (ACA)’s standards. It can be easy to think of this insurance as a burden, but try to avoid this mindset.

Group Dental

Along with medical and vision insurance, dental insurance is one of the benefits that workers consider most valuable.  Adding this coverage to your employee benefits plan is a great way to attract the top talent and keep your current staff members loyal to your company.

Group Vision

Help Current Employees And Prospective Applicants See A Bright Future With Your Company By Offering The Right Vision Insurance In Your Employee Benefits Package.

Life Insurance and AD&D

Show Your Staff Members That You Care By Offering The Right Life And AD&D Insurance In Your Employee Benefits Package.While employee benefits obviously have a monetary value, they also carry an emotional value that can speak volumes to prospective applicants and current workers alike.

Short Term & Long Term Disability

Don’t Let Injured Employees Get Buried Under Financial Concerns; Shield Your Staff By Offering Them The Right Disability Coverage As Part Of Your Employee Benefits Package.

Health Savings Account

Learn How Offering Your Employees The Opportunity To Contribute To A Health Savings Account (HSA) Could Be The Unique Employee Benefit That Sets Your Company Apart.

Online Benefit Administration

Trust SCH&A’s Online Benefit Administration Services To Make Your Business’s Enrollment Process As Simple And User-Friendly As Possible.

Cobra Administration

The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) provides qualified retirees, spouses, employees, former spouses, and dependent children with rights to temporarily continue receiving health coverage at a group rate.

Long Term Care

While your employees work hard for your company, it’s important to remember that they are so much more than mere workers.  They are humans with families and personal responsibilities outside of their work lives.

Section 125 Plan

One of the best ways to keep your company competitive is by recruiting and retaining top talent in your field.  However, if you’re a small business owner, then you might be worried about your ability to match up with larger corporations that have more resources at their disposal.

Executive Benefits

As a business owner, it’s important that you take steps to incentivize the staff members who hold executive or managerial positions within your company to preform well and meet various objectives.

Workers Compensation

As a business owner, it is your responsibility to ensure that your employees are well-cared for in the event that they suffer from a work-related injury or illness.

Worksite Benefits

As a business owner, we know that you invest everything to sustain the livelihood and success of your business. No matter what field of work you are in, your employees will always be your greatest investment.

Wellness Programs

As an employer, it’s natural to want to take care of your employees’ health.  One of the best ways to help your employees stay healthy is by implementing a workplace wellness program.

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