The Detroit Chapter of ISCEBS is hosting a talk by a Senior Benefits Advisor of the U.S. Department of Labor. Sherry, a CEBS graduate, is our guest and speaker and will address various issues regarding the investigation of employee benefit plans.
Topics that are on the agenda include;
– How to be prepared for an audit,
– Self-audit and Correction Programs
– Civil versus Criminal Investigations,
– Enforcement Initiatives.
All are welcome to attend this public event sponsored by the Detroit Chapter of ISCEBS.
More information and registration is on the Chapter Linkedin page here:
Interviewing insurance executives at Zenefits in 2015 the problems of Zenefits were obvious. Just like the problems still are now, January 2017.
In midsummer 2015 I knew the meteoric rise of Zenefits was but a flash in the pan. Running an agency of their size relying on so few insurance staff is two mistakes. First, licensing that has exposed no respect for State protections for citizens and second, and worse than the first, is squandering the opportunity to disrupt an industry stuck on its own existence.
A benefit office is supposed to make decisions for the benefit of the beneficiaries. A bus route should be concerned first for the safety of the children.
On the main road connected to my subdivision, two different school districts have bus routes running in opposite directions. The road is a two lane semi-rural, 50 MPH road. I’d add, drivers routinely move at 60 MPH or more.
Lake Orion School District buses travel southbound. Rochester Community Schools travel northbound on the very same road; it’s Adams Rd. for those interested in the particulars. In both districts, the bus stops on the road or shoulder but does not turn into the subdivision.