Published at Saturday, August 10th, 2019 - 20:30:57 PM. Resume. By Delit Michel.
Responsible for Benefits Administration for over 300 employees within four U.S. locations. Interacts with and advises employees on a range of individual benefits to include 401(k), health/dental insurance, COBRA eligibility, flexible spending accounts, FMLA and other associated benefits. Coordinates implementation of annual open enrollment programs for employees and assists with benefit negotiations with all vendors. Reviews and processes individual benefits applications and related documentation. Implemented Wellness Program within the firm which became the first law firm in RI to participate in the Governor’s Wellness Program, winning numerous awards. Introduced Employee Assistance Program and College Bound Fund Program. Processes and submits Affirmative Action Plan and EEO Report.
Benefits Administrator, Assisted with the daily administration of all benefits, as well as special projects in the Human Resources department. Communicated and assisted all new hires with benefits and 401(k) enrollment. Assisted the Benefits Manager with creating and implementing all communication campaigns. Resolved all issues related to the benefits function, including but not limited to health insurance, 401(k), worker’s compensation, leaves of absence, and accounting-related responsibilities. Planned, coordinated and provided on-site support for all travel, activities and meeting planning for the annual Office Coordinator meeting, held at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club and Crown Plaza in 2007 and again in 2008, saving $20, 000 while maintaining the integrity of the conference. Provided general administrative support and record keeping.
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