Gibson Law Group - October 2018

salary. According to a study conducted by Harvard Business Review, these five benefits are considerably more desirable than others.

No. 1: Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance As the cost of health care has skyrocketed in recent decades, so too has the demand for employers to provide comprehensive coverage. Unsurprisingly, it’s the most expensive benefit to provide. Weighing how much coverage your company is willing to offer may be a delicate balancing act, but the rewards can completely change your business for the better. Companies like Patagonia, with its best-in-class maternity policy, retain employees at a significantly higher rate than average. No. 2: Flexible Hours Our lives are busier than ever before, and scheduling conflicts crop up all the time. Employees don’t like having to decide between working and attending their child’s soccer games. Offering some flexibility in terms of when somebody can work, therefore, is extremely desirable.


A Powerful Recruitment and Retention Tool

The most powerful employee recruitment and retention tools a business has are the pay and the benefits package it offers. While a killer company culture and creative amenities look great in a magazine spread, they aren’t enough to convince top talent that their future lies with your business. The right benefits package, though, could persuade a prospective employee to choose a position at your company over another that offers a similar

No. 3: More Vacation Time In the European Union, companies are required to offer at least 20 days of paid vacation to employees. In


Meet Shehzad Bhayani

A fter 20 years in real estate, Shehzad Bhayani is an expert at his craft. His previous experience with convenience stores only adds to the expertise he can offer to his extensive clientele, who are looking to expand or open stores in Texas. Shehzad operates his own real estate team under Beam Real Estate, LLC, servicing a variety of convenience store buyers outside of Texas. Shehzad’s work is hectic and operates nearly 24/7 — yet he wouldn’t want it any other way. Helping buyers find the perfect piece of real estate for their store has become a passion for Shehzad. Even with his knowledge and expertise, Shehzad says he’s also thankful he has the guidance and help of The Gibson Law Group to provide an extra resource for his interested buyers and sellers.

Shehzad has been working with our firm for about three years now, and will refer his clients to the firm for help with contracts and legal questions. Connecting clients to the resources they need is a core value for Shehzad. By having legal aid, insurance partners, and contact with other small-business experts, Shehzad knows his clients will feel safe and confident moving forward with his real estate team. Working with Shehzad has been an absolute pleasure, as we know we are working with someone who is not only an expert in his field, but who is also accommodating to his clients and their processes. If you’re interested in purchasing a convenience store or selling one to the right buyer, contact Shehzad at for a professional and gratifying experience.



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