WASHINGTON (April 1, 2015) — PRM Consulting Group, which provides full service support on human resource matters, is expanding its employee benefits brokerage services to offer clients even more comprehensive support.
The new services suit companies looking to (1) improve talent recruitment and retention, (2) save time by outsourcing to specialists, (3) reduce their risk of non-compliance, and (4) receive strong benefits for monies invested.
PRM now offers the following insurance brokerage services in addition to PRM’s signature suite of insurance brokerage offerings:
• Online enrollment support to assist employees in getting coverage easily and effortlessly
• Online insurance and wellness resources, including best practices
• Health fair and benefit event coordination to improve health awareness
• Consolidation of billing
• COBRA and FSA administration
• Coordination with vendors to resolve claims issues
With its expanded holistic, innovative approach to human resources consulting and new staff expertise, PRM Brokerage Services brings its clients even more value as a partner for their employee benefit needs. PRM now provides a total solution for benefit management. To implement the expansion, PRM has engaged the services of two new experts. Bradley Ryans, Jr., who brings 10 years’ experience as an award-winning Aetna account executive, and Joanne Bartholomew, who brings PRM clients 17 years’ experience in health care risk management. Joanne has served as a benefits account executive at Lockton Companies and an assistant vice president for health and benefits at Aon Hewitt.
ABOUT PRM CONSULTING GROUP
PRM Consulting Group, Inc. provides human resource consulting services across the nation. The firm offers expert assistance with compensation, retirement, executive searches, employee benefits, communication, organizational management, and much more. PRM is a minority-owned and operated firm headquartered in Washington, DC, with offices in Bethesda, Maryland; Richmond, Virginia; and Atlanta, Georgia.
"Our acronym stands for ‘people really matter,’ and in today's competitive world, understanding the internal culture and potential shortfalls can be critical to an organization's success," said Jim Moss, PRM's Managing Director.
For more information, visit www.prmconsulting.com.