Too many people are paying the price, both personally and professionally, for assuming they can deal with the rapidly increasing pace of change and the stress-related challenges. BeneTechs offers intuitive solutions to life’s most challenging problems—personal and professional.

The Price of Risk for Business

The risks to businesses are increasing across all threat landscapes, including litigation, fines, transaction fraud, and devastating natural disasters.

Too often these risks are ignored due to lack of knowledge of what to do about them. But that doesn’t reduce the risk. BeneTechs offers simple, easy to understand, cost-effective ways to address the risks associated with the problems facing businesses today: chargebacks, Employment Practice Liability, disaster recovery. BeneTechs services help businesses protect against these risks and offer programs that enhance the user experience, provide meaningful benefits to employees and members, reduce lost time, improve retention and attraction rates, and create new opportunities.

The detriments to a business of ignoring risks are:

  • Decision avoidance or poor decision-making
  • Increased costs
  • Business credibility and reputation loss
  • Possible entire business shutdown

The Price of Risk for Individuals

Individuals and families are confronted by a daunting set of risks; family privacy, caregiver stress, and disasters. Similar to businesses the reaction is often avoidance because they don’t know where to turn for help. Avoidance doesn’t make the problem go away—it increases stress. BeneTechs offers straight-forward, intuitive solutions to these risks that include one-on-one assistance favored by people facing stressful and potentially disastrous situations. Combining traditional personal assistance with modern, problem-solving technologies yields benefits from extraordinary efficiencies and peerless effectiveness.

The detriments to an individual of ignoring potential risks and their related stressors are:

  • Problem avoidance and poor decision-making
  • Ignorance of potential physical disasters
  • Lack of protections from physical disasters
  • Declining health
  • Missed deadlines or lower quality performance at work
  • Higher absenteeism