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Empyrean Benefit Solutions, Inc | September 13, 2016
Empyrean’s purpose-built technology allows employees to make more confident and educated benefit decisions, while empowering HR leaders to develop and execute any benefits strategy. Employers can provide their workforces with the coverage options they need while saving costs to accommodate both demand and budget. Empyrean provides solutions for enrollment, administration, configuration, and compliance via its single system, supported by unparalleled interconnectivity and world-class implem...
Empyrean Benefit Solutions, Inc | October 05, 2016
HOUSTON, TEXAS – October 5, 2016 – Empyrean Benefit Solutions, Inc., the Hi-Touch Benefits Administration company, has named Jim Priebe as Executive Vice President of Product. In this role, Priebe will lead product strategy and product management for Empyrean’s benefits administration technology platform. The Empyrean Platform is built for scalability – allowing companies from 50 employees to 50,000+ employees access to a full suite of tools for total health and welfare b...
Empyrean Benefit Solutions, Inc | June 30, 2016
Empyrean’s purpose-built benefits administration technology platform is already fully-incorporated into Bloom’s employee benefit delivery solutions. Together, the companies are currently serving hundreds of employers, and in the process have demonstrated the ability to deliver benefit solutions to companies ranging from 50 to tens of thousands of lives. “Joining forces is another logical step towards eliminating the typical compromises the market has had to consistently contend...
HR Dive | January 14, 2020
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has limited joint employer liability under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in final regulations published Jan. 12. The rule, slated to be published in the Federal Register Jan. 16, spells out the circumstances under which more than one business can be held liable for FLSA violations. It largely adopts the "four-factor balancing test" from DOL's proposed version of the rule while also clarifying that an employee's "economic dependence&...
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