Published at Saturday, August 10th, 2019 - 20:18:06 PM. Resume. By Madelon Bailly.
Payroll Specialist and Benefits Administrator, Promoted from Payroll and Benefits Specialist to current position after 2 years. Managed multi-state semi-monthly payrolls for four companies using Paycheck. Coordinated with CFO to implement the transition from one company to a combination of four non-profit and for-profit entities, each with its own payroll and benefits plan. Administered all benefits (Health, Dental, Life, 401(k), 125 Plan, COBRA, FSA, Disability and Unemployment) to ensure consistency and audit-readiness. Liaison between employees and insurance companies to resolve issues. Collaborated with Executive Management to negotiate a new benefits package which resulted in a 5% savings and a 90% employee satisfaction rate.
Oversaw the outsourced relationship for managed disability and Family Medical Leave operations coordinating workflow with vendors, and collaborating with HR Business Partners nationwide. Managed escalated disability issues and appeals for union and non-union employees ensuring timely and compliant resolutions. Conducted analysis of data in health and welfare vendor’s system to ensure accuracy, conducts data comparisons between internal and external systems. Investigated, researched and responded to inquiries from participants on pension benefits, eligibility for pension survivor benefits and retiree medical and life insurance. Coordinated internal and external audit activity for pension plan. Partnered with third party vendor to validate and confirm final data for pension calculations. Established and executed the process to identify, notify and transition disabled employees to Medicare.
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