Ryan Secord is a trusted Business Advisor known for his expertise in Employee Benefits and Insurance. He is deeply passionate about implementing sustainable solutions that prioritize well-being, quality medical outcomes, and effective cost control.
Henriott delves into the impact of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act on companies and their employees, discussing its provisions, implications, and the need for proactive compliance.
Jennifer Hannen, Employee Benefits Strategist, is an expert with over 25 years of experience, adept at assisting employers with navigating complex benefit plans and compliance, while also supporting employees directly, and she brings her expertise to Henriott since 2018.
Chad Burdo is a seasoned expert in Risk Management, Healthcare, and Employee Benefits, working with Executives and HR Leaders to optimize employee benefits while reducing healthcare costs and simplifying the complexities of the healthcare system.
Proper beneficiary designation is essential for ensuring the financial well-being of your loved ones, requiring regular updates, consideration of primary and contingent beneficiaries, awareness of the limitations of wills, and addressing the unique circumstances of minor beneficiaries, ultimately securing your intended legacy.
Henriott Group, Inc. is excited to introduce their new Employee Benefits Specialist, Jessica Lawrence.
Henriott launches an Advanced Healthcare Plan for small employers, best suited for employers with 30-150 employees. Tired of seeing small employers struggle with the cost of healthcare, Henriott has been working diligently for the last several years to bring the tools and techniques commonly used by larger employers to Small & Medium Businesses.
Changing health plans is a major decision for any employer, regardless of size. Not only is health insurance a costly commitment, it also impacts recruitment capabilities, retention levels and overall employee satisfaction. The right plan can improve employee health, boost morale and increase attraction and retention rates without unduly straining an organization’s budget.
Henriott group employee, Dakota McKinley, has outshined this year by using her annual wellness dollars for not just personal use, but for community gain.
Recognizing your employees more often can lead to higher engagement levels and greater productivity. But have you ever wondered why? Employee recognition is based in human psychology, and understanding these factors can help you create and implement more effective programs for showing appreciation.