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A WIDE RANGE OF BENEFIT MANAGEMENT OPTIONS

Being an employer today is a complex matter involving medical benefits, workers’ compensation, unemployment, human resource management and government compliance.


Most employers use an insurance agent or consultant for medical benefits, a TPA for workers’ compensation and unemployment administration and a separate TPA for HRAs or FSAs. In addition, human resources is done with a fourth vendor if at all. Many employers with under 100 employees often assign “HR” functions to an already existing position because of perceived unaffordability or lack of necessity. This is a common, sometimes costly mistake.


Comprehensive benefit management requires short and long range planning. It should address medical benefits, ancillary benefits, workers’ compensation, unemployment, human resources and compliance issues. Comprehensive benefit management is what we do.