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PARK CITY, Utah — During its annual meeting at the end of August, the Park City Chamber of Commerce/Convention & Visitors Bureau unveiled its Chamber Sponsored Employee Benefit Program. The initiative represents a collaborative effort between the Chamber and the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce to provide high-quality health insurance options to Chamber members. What sets the program apart is its inclusivity, extending benefits to employers with as few as two employees, thus potentially transforming healthcare coverage for nearly 14,000 employees in the region.
“We are thrilled to offer this new benefit program to our members,” said said Jennifer Wesselhoff, president and CEO of the Park City Chamber. “Affordable group health care insurance is unattainable for many of Park City’s small businesses and this new Chamber-sponsored Employee Benefit Program will give hundreds of small businesses a new option for their employees. This program is a reflection of our dedication to fostering a community where businesses and their employees can flourish and reinforces our belief that a healthier workforce contributes to a stronger and vibrant city. By arming employers with the tools to provide comprehensive health and other ancillary benefits, we not only support the physical and mental wellbeing of our workforce, but also strengthen the foundation of the local economy, ensuring a brighter future for us all.”
The Park City Chamber states that it believes employees provided with high-quality benefit options tend to be healthier, happier and more productive, leading to better engagement and reduced turnover.
The program offers a comprehensive array of benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and various ancillary benefits.
“In today’s competitive business landscape, offering robust employee benefits is more important than ever. While many businesses often struggle to offer these much-needed life services, the Chamber-sponsored Employee Benefit Program arrives as a channel of support, offering a streamlined and cost-effective solution,” said Scott House, vice president of Partner Services at PCCVB. “By collaborating with the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce, we are collectively addressing a pressing concern and allowing businesses to focus on what they do best.”
The program’s cost and carrier options are tailored to the specific needs of each organization, considering factors such as the number of employees.
For additional resources offered by the Park City Chamber, interested parties can explore visitparkcity.com/members/resources.