Since January 2018, Hub Acquired Seven Canadian Employee Benefits Brokerages, Including Two Announced Today, with the Intent to Purchase Additional Firms to Reach $100M in Employee Benefits Commission and Fee Revenue by the Start of 2021
Paccar, the manufacturer behind the success of several well-known vehicle brand names including Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF, recently promoted longtime leader Harrie Schippers to the role of president and chief financial officer.
Seattle-based PayScale, specializing in cloud compensation data and software, recently collaborated with Google to yield compensation data for jobhunters in its own and others’ search engines, letting individuals secure jobs faster and more efficiently.
To provide employee benefit brokerages with incentive for keeping group health care costs manageable for consumers, non-profit institution Health Rosetta has canvassed the nation and begun to offer specialty certification, attracting 30 businesses to date.
Amazon is on track in keeping with its pledge to hire 25,000 veterans and their spouses by 2021, as the company now reaches over 17,500 veteran employees with plans to hire over 10,000 more within the next four years.
Cloud resource provider Workday Inc. of Pleasanton, California recently announced its inclusion in a new report released from Forrester Research Inc., a Cambridge, Massachusetts firm that benchmarks existing and possible impacts of technology on industry.