RSVP: Upcoming health reform and employee benefit seminars in San Francisco and Long Beach, California – Worth 2 HR Credit Hours!
Tuesday, September 12th
8:30 am to 11 am
San Francisco City Club
Wednesday, September 13th
11:30 am to 2 pm
Clients are at the heart of our service model and the reason we adhere to the exacting standards that set us apart from other brokers and consultants. In particular, the Crystal & Company value proposition is exemplified by:
National footprint with local service: We provide the resources and expertise of a national consultant, combined with the hands-on, day-to-day support of a local broker.
In-house underwriting and actuarial experts: Clients make the most informed decisions when they are based on competitive intelligence and a deep understanding of how their programs have performed over time.
Dedicated account management team: Clients receive attentive and smart advocacy services from a team of professionals specifically assigned to their account.
Customized and Comprehensive Service
We are not only advisors, we are also advocates. Every member of the account team possesses outstanding business acumen in their respective areas. We work cohesively to provide an extensive array of strategic and financial services, customized to meet a company’s unique needs—a commitment that runs from compliance advice to employee education.
Our every action of advocacy and guidance is designed to ensure the success of our clients’ benefits programs.
Our team averages 20+ years of industry experience and collectively manages more than 500 clients nationwide
Get up to speed on the latest developments in health care reform and trends in the market.
Health Care Reform Updates
- 2017 Health Care Reform Update Log
- How to Deal With Uncertainty in Health Policy - Posted July 25, 2017
- Q&A: New York Paid Family Leave
Trends in Benefits
- The Value of Alternative Funding
- How Changes in Employee Part-Time and Full-Time Status Impact Health Coverage
- 2017 Flexible Spending Account & Commuter Contribution Allowable Maximums
- Don’t Offer Vision Insurance? Take Another Look
- Critical Illness Benefits