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There is only ONE “Full Service” Staffing Company in El Paso, and you’ve just found us! dmDickason Personnel Services has been conducting staffing and placement services in El Paso since 1965 when it was established as a franchise of a well known national staffing company. Locally owned and operated since its beginning, the dmDickason organization has been a unique leader in the staffing industry to the Southwest, the U.S. Mexican Border Region, and to the Nation. For over four decades, we have dedicated ourselves to finding the best job candidates for leading companies across the United States, Canada and Mexico.
ServicesOur services include:
- Employee Leasing (PEO) Licensed in Texas and New Mexico
- Temporary and Temp-To-Hire Staffing
- Career / Direct Hire Placement
- Executive Search and Recruiting
- Human Resource Outsourcing
- Payroll Services / Payroll Tax Compliance
- Risk Management / Safety & Claims Administration
- Employee Benefits Administration
- Unemployment Claims Processing
Employee BenefitsHealth Insurance and Employee BenefitsUtilizing health insurance through a dmDickason health insurance provider is completely optional. dmDickason clients do not have to purchase or provide employee group health insurance and/or benefits if they do not chose to do so. However, if you want to offer health insurance to your employees, dmDickason will assist you in obtaining health insurance coverage, or, we will be happy to assist in the coordination of plan benefits you may already have in place.
A proper analysis of the cost of employee health benefits starts with a review of your group. A document called a benefits “census” is commonly required to identify the age, gender and level requirements (employee only, employee and spouse, employee and family) of each person in the group.
In general, most insurance providers want to see least 75% or the employees eligible in your group interested in enrolling in the plan. Having this level of participation is often required to prevent what is called “adverse selection”, where only the persons with health issues or high plan usage normally enroll.
Your company’s contribution
Most companies want to make group health insurance a part of their employee benefits package. As an employer, you will need to decide the amount of contribution your company will make to subsidize the employee’s monthly insurance premium. For example, many companies pay 100% of the employee only premium and 50% of the difference between the cost of insurance for the employee and spouse. Other dmDickason clients pay as little as 50% for the employee only premium and the employee is fully responsible for family or spouse coverage. Regardless, companies with lower contribution rates often find low participation in their plans, obviously establishing a higher contribution from the company normally translates into a higher participation; and in turn, sometimes provides you group with better plan alternatives and pricing.