Steve joined Bim Group in 1993 after serving in leadership of nonprofit organizations for over 20 years. Steve is certified by the Life Underwriters Training Council (LUTCF) and is a Registered Health Underwriter (RHU). He has served as President and Legislative Chair of the Central Kentucky Association of Health Underwriters (CKAHU) and President of the Kentucky Association of Health Underwriters, focusing on affordable healthcare. In his business development role, Steve is an active member of economic development organizations, networking with business and government community leaders driving the development of employment opportunities and employee benefits.
Business Development Consultant
Branding is big news. Beyond hoping to boost sales and profits through consumer-facing brands, branding is also a critical component for companies in their roles as employers. There are steps big and small you can take to make employer branding a priority for your team in 2019. Why bother? Well recruitment, hiring, and even retention […]Read more
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employers spend more than 30 percent of payroll on employee benefits — and every well-informed employer knows that this number is growing. As health care premiums continue to rise, employers are struggling to find creative, strategic ways to control costs while maintaining competitive benefits to attract and retain […]Read more
January was a relatively quiet month in the employee benefits world. For a printable version of this blog, please click here The Department of Labor (DOL) issued its annual adjustment of federal civil monetary penalties. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released a proposed rule for benefit payment and parameters for 2020. The Internal […]Read more
In recent decades, a college education has become accessible to more Americans than ever before. Since most families or individuals can’t write a check for a full year’s tuition, student loans are one way to finance that attractive education. Student loans are often touted as “good debt,” worthwhile money spent that, with low interest rates […]Read more