BenStaff is helping owners understand reform, the benefit analyst position will help create our custom booklets that identify savings for employers.
“The benefit analyst will lead financial production of our popular “Employer Obamacare ACA Decoder” presented to employer organizations and their agents. This is a newly created position necessary to help us meet demand for the Decoder. The lead benefit analyst will work as part of a team to create a professionally produced and customized book customized for each client.”
Benefit Analyst – BenStaff, Inc. | Jobs.com.
The Auburn Hills chamber asked us for a team photo to let the world know we chose Downtown Auburn Hills for the operations office. A few of the team gathered for a quick photo. We’re looking forward to being part of this community in Auburn Hills.
From left to right: James, Don, George, Emily, Dave, Andrea and Sam.
Employer benefit plans need more attention from benefit professionals and seasoned benefit professionals want more flexibility in their work
BenStaff, short for benefit staff, solves two problems at once. Employer benefit plans need more attention from benefit professionals and seasoned benefit professionals want more flexibility in their work while being paid a good wage. BenStaff does both.
Our professionals can do in 10 hours what many multi-tasking HR admins do in 40 hours. We dedicate and monitor the work of our benefit professionals to ensure quality management, avoiding common mistakes.
“The rise of the independent workforce is reshaping the life-work balance for thousands of Americans and altering the relationship many others have with their employers.”
Read the article, “Flex Economy“
#1 Construction manager, $39
#2 Accountant, $30/hour
#3 Material moving machine operator, $25
Our BenStaff benefit professionals fit nicely into these pay ranges. Interested in hiring one of our experts, call Don, interested in coming to work at BenStaff? call Don.
Old “Blogger posts” have been consolidated into this one posting location.
Over time I have posted blog pages, written articles, spoken on TV or been interviewed about employee benefits, healthcare, retirement and topics like that. I’ve not been consistent where these things have been located.
If you know of posts I should retrieve, please let me know.