Tag Archives: Workforce

  1. ICONMA Offers New Comprehensive COVID-19 Medical Screening Solution

    The safety and comfortability of our workforce is a top priority of ICONMA as many companies resume operations in the physical workplace. As our clients continue to navigate the challenges of COVID-19, we’re expanding our current solutions to offer an all-encompassing package for employees returning back to the office.

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  2. Marsh & McLennan Agency’s Growing Health & Wellbeing Team Moves to Troy’s PNC Center

    Troy, Michigan –  Marsh & McLennan Agency’s health and wellbeing practice based in Troy, Michigan, is moving to a new location in Troy. Effective September 28, 2020, the practice will occupy nearly two floors in the PNC Center.

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  3. ASE Releases 2020 Healthcare Insurance Benefits Survey Findings – COVID-19 Shows Mild Impact on Health Plan Design

    Media Contact: Heather Nezich, Communications Manager, ASE, 248.223.8040, hnezich@aseonline.org

    Livonia, Mich. — American Society of Employers (ASE), one of the nation’s oldest and largest employer associations, has released its 2020 Healthcare Insurance Benefits Survey. The annual survey, covering Michigan employers, examines the premiums, deductibles, and co-pays of employer-sponsored health plans as well as wellness benefits and cost control strategies.

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  4. Kemp Klein Attorneys Among 2020 Michigan Super Lawyers

    Troy, MI, — Kemp Klein congratulates the following attorneys on their selection to the 2020 Michigan Super Lawyers list:

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  5. ASE Releases Employer COVID-19 Response Survey Findings

    Media Contact: Heather Nezich, Communications Manager, 248.223.8040, hnezich@aseonline.org

    Livonia, MI — September 3, 2020 — ASE, Michigan’s largest employer association, has released two surveys aimed at tracking the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Michigan businesses.

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  6. Marsh & McLennan Agency Survey Shows Health Benefit Trends Shifting During COVID to Focus on Employee Wellbeing, Cost Control

    Troy, Michigan – Survey data from Marsh & McLennan Agency’s Michigan Mid-Market Group Benefits Survey and a Covid-19 Supplemental Survey shows that mid-sized employers in Michigan are focusing on employee well-being and cost control during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  7. Horizon Bank Announces Grand Opening of Troy Michigan Office

    Michigan City, Indiana – Horizon has expanded its roots in the Southeastern Region of Michigan. The new office at 2555 Crooks Road is located in the heart of the Troy’s business district.

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  8. ERP Software Company, ShopSync, Joins Troy Chamber of Commerce

    WARREN, MI – ShopSync is pleased to join as new members of the Troy Chamber of Commerce. The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software provider, headquartered in Warren, MI, caters to small manufacturers across the Midwest.

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  9. ASE Releases 2020 Compensation Survey Results

    Media Contact: Heather Nezich, Manager, Communications, ASE, 248.223.8040, hnezich@aseonline.org

    Livonia, Mich. — ASE, one of the nation’s oldest and largest employer associations providing people-management information and services to Michigan employers, released the organization’s 2020 Compensation Survey results at its annual Compensation and Benefits Conference last week. It’s the 68th year that ASE has published the annual survey. The findings were released by Mary E. Corrado, president and CEO of ASE.

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  10. ICONMA Announces COVID-19 Medical Screening Service

    In an effort to keep the communities of our clients and employees safe, ICONMA recently launched our COVID-19 Medical Screening Service. With the protection of our client’s workforce top of mind, our newest service offering will allow for a secure work environment as many companies begin to resume onsite activities.

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