2010 CLASS Act Guide for Employers

One of the benefits of the CLASS Act is that it presents a unique opportunity for companies to protect their productivity by educating their employees on a rapidly growing problem ...the combination of an aging population and the rising costs associated with long term care.

Two MetLife studies revealed that:

  • Employers lose $33.6 billion a year on productivity due to caregiving;
  • There is an 8% differential in healthcare costs between caregiving and non-caregiving employees - that costs employers $13.4 billion a year

Your free guide will provide the facts needed for an informed decision on an issue with serious implications for your business and your employees.

  • Key Provisions of the CLASS Act and the timeline for implementation
  • Why Long Term Care is a Challenge
  • The Impact of Long Term Care on Business
  • Class Act Vs. Private LTC Insurance Comparison
  • Administration Expenses & the Enrollment Process
  • Tax Incentives

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The CLASS Act creates a national voluntary long-term care insurance program to be administered by employers