Corporate Synergies Announces Fall 2005 Season of Professional Presentations

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Corporate Synergies Group, Inc., a premier employee benefits consulting firm serving the Philadelphia region, has announced its fall 2005 season of professional presentations and workshops.

Corporate Synergies Group, Inc., a premier employee benefits consulting firm serving the Philadelphia region, has announced its fall 2005 season of professional presentations and workshops.

These powerful presentations and workshops highlight current, action-oriented topics related to employee benefits. A broad range of subject matters include COBRA, HIPAA, FSAs, HRIS systems, long-term care, reducing drug costs, the renewal underwriting process, E&O, consumer-driven healthcare plans, self-funding, managed care, cost saving on benefits, successful business planning, ancillary benefits, and disease management. Featured presenters will be drawn from a team of Corporate Synergies industry renowned experts.

“The seminars and workshops we offer for HR professionals and CFOs deliver practical and cost-saving techniques for employee health benefit planning,” says Kevin O’Hara, RHU, PAHM, Vice President Training/Compliance. “In addition to CE credits, attendees often respond that our sessions have resulted in immediate and significant savings in their programs.”

Presentations qualify for CE and HRCI credits. To schedule a presentation or workshop, contact Allison Stevens at 866-CSG-1719.

Corporate Synergies Group, Inc., with offices in Mt. Laurel, NJ, King of Prussia, PA and New York City, manages over $500 million in premiums and claims for hundreds of employers in the Philadelphia tri-state and New York metropolitan areas, and has saved clients over $100 million.

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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Allison Stevens

856-996-2502

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