Curtis Sprung and his team at McGriff Insurance collaborate with our clients to deliver a robust employee benefits package. Our clients enjoy access to certified HR specialists, ERISA experts, financial analysts including actuaries and underwriters. Together, with our partners and vendors, we bring customized solutions to our clients.
We inform and educate our clients concerning the latest in benefits legislation, human resources regulation, benefits technology and industry trends. Our focus is to create a healthcare ecosystem that coincides with your company’s corporate culture and long term goals. Our focus is to help clients mitigate their financial exposure while positioning them for long-term claims sustainability.
We support our clients by sharing and outlining specific, actionable steps they can take to immediately reduce their cost of employee benefits and improve their operational efficiency through optimizing risk management, technology, and health information. This enables our clients to focus on retaining, cultivating and recruiting the top talent, and focus on their business. Next, we measure the results and determine the next steps in an ongoing process that is always seeking to improve performance. This approach helps explain our long term client relationships.
Curtis is a graduate of the University of Florida. Curtis moved to Atlanta in 1991. He and his wife Melanie have three children and have been residents of Sandy Springs for more than 18 years.
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What You’ll Learn in This Episode
- What employers should do about benefits (medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, 401K, etc.) for their employees.
- How insurance companies and the government are assisting employers
- The questions you should be asking your employer about benefits
- For employees that are furloughed or laid off, options for business owners to let them continue to have insurance
- Why you should pay for insurance coverage you can’t receive if your doctor’s and dentist offices have shut down for non-emergency visits
- As an employer, the questions you should be prepared to answer for your employees