We’ve all seen them. The pie charts, the itemized breakdowns, the lists of company benefits and compensation items. HR departments promote it at annual review, and HRIS systems market the easy way that they Continue Reading
Imagine you are entering the workforce as a young man or woman. The world looks pretty scary after years of foreign war, political upheaval, and a global pandemic. There are many well-known titans of business that Continue Reading
Guest Blog by Kevin Curran of EBSME, LLC There is an interesting trend emerging in the employee benefits industry. Highly skilled and tenured employee benefit consultants are leaving large “reputable” agencies to Continue Reading
As many families are working their way through adventures in home schooling (aka crisis schooling), I can’t help but think back to the teachers I had going through the Andover (MA) Public School system. Some were Continue Reading
Until 1967, the United States was losing the air war in Vietnam. It was a time period referred to as the “suck”. With all the technological advancements until then, the US Air Force had experienced heavy Continue Reading
Happy Spring! For my friends up North who’ve endured another cold winter, I know this is a welcome time of the year. For my friends down South, let’s enjoy the season before walking outside feels like inhaling Continue Reading
With the 50th anniversary of the moon landing occurring last year, there have been a series of multi-part podcasts released on that seminal event of the 20th century. If you are a podcast person, I’d suggest Continue Reading
“1917” was a fantastic movie. If you haven’t seen it, I strongly recommend it, even for someone like my wife, who unlike me, doesn’t wonder whether Helmuth von Moltke executed the Schlieffen Plan as intended, if Continue Reading
In the employer-funded benefits space, we should all be encouraged at the progression from high out-of-pocket costs for basic health care services to value-based plan designs that emphasize low or no cost primary Continue Reading
Tired of the Kabuki Dance It started with a cold call, which is weird, given that many say cold calling is dead. After fumbling through the initial call like a 7th grader asking someone out on a date, we got to Continue Reading
Benefit advisors of Charleston is an HR and benefits consulting firm that aims to create a magnetic culture within organizations utilizing affordable and effective health and welfare plans for employees.
Our focus is on insurance and non-insurance based solutions that are attractive to teams and allow for easy and efficient administration of the benefits offered.