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Job Opening - Employee Benefits Account Manager Assistant

The Employee Benefits Account Manager Assistant acts as support within the Employee Benefits Department. The major duties and responsibilities of the position include assisting the Account Manager in the service to the group client at the time of new business placement or at renewal and as required throughout the year. Specific service responsibilities are to develop an ongoing relationship with clients, oversee their coverage program, fulfilling client requests and assisting Account Managers and Producers as needed in disseminating benefit information to potential and existing group clients. The Employee Benefits Account Manager Assistant will train to serve as liaison between the insurance carriers and group clients to ensure timeliness of claim payments, overall benefit plan implementation under the leadership of the Department Manager and Producer.
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Job Opening - Employee Benefits Account Manager

The Employee Benefits Account Manager performs the major duties and responsibilities of the position which includes service to the group client at the time of new business placement or at renewal and as required throughout the year. Specific service responsibilities are fulfilling the group / client requests and assisting producers as needed in disseminating benefit information to potential and existing group clients. The Employee Benefits Account Manager will serve as liaison between the insurance carriers and group clients to ensure timeliness of claim payments, overall benefit plan implementation under the leadership of the Department Manager and Producer.
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Poetry Has Its Perks

Big thanks to Super Shakes for choosing Ross & Yerger as the “Healthiest Workplace of the Week” and bringing us free yummy shakes! Below is the poem about our wellness program, Pulse, that R&Y’s own Kelsey Purvis submitted to Y101 for our chance to win free shakes. We had no idea we had such an awesome poet on staff!!
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Construction Contract Pitfalls

The reality of the construction industry is that contractors have to sign contracts to work. And they usually don’t have much in the way of negotiating leverage. This can put contractors into a financially dangerous risk management position if their insurance agents aren’t looking at their contracts and comparing them against their insurance policies.
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