New Blog by RealLife HR to Address Issues and Trends in HR and Benefits

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A new blog focusing on issues facing the human resources industry will provide expert commentary, analysis and news updates from RealLife HR, a leader in benefits management and outsourcing solutions for companies nationwide.

A new blog focusing on issues facing the human resources industry will provide expert commentary, analysis and news updates from RealLife HR, a leader in benefits management and outsourcing solutions for companies nationwide.

Launched today, the blog is targeted to HR professionals, including benefits administrators, vice presidents, CFOs and other corporate executives seeking ways to streamline the HR process and stay abreast of trends and current issues. The RealLife HR blog can be accessed directly at http://www.reallifehr.com/blog, or through a link on the company’s Web site, http://www.reallifehr.com.

“Today, HR professionals need to go beyond traditional tasks like benefits selection, employee communication, open enrollment and carrier data exchange,” said Gary Broache, president of the Hunt Valley, Md.-based RealLife HR. “Now, more than ever, management is dependent on HR to find ways to do more with less – stop the leakage of healthcare funds and promote a healthier lifestyle though disease management and other health-related programs.” RealLife HR’s blog will provide HR professionals with a source for solutions to make their jobs easier as they learn how Web-based automation solutions combined with RealLife Services – onboarding, dependent and carrier audits, etc. – will simplify and automate their HR and benefit processes.

The blog will present a mix of news and product updates from RealLife HR, along with commentary on industry trends and issues. In addition to Broache, contributors to the blog will include the following RealLife HR executives:

  • Samuel Mayfield, III – An expert in packaging and customizing solutions that solve HR business challenges, including benefits management outsourcing and new hire onboarding issues.
  • Kim Bachmann – A sales and marketing executive, she has extensive experience working with HR professionals at RealLife HR client companies and understands first-hand the strategic issues they face on a day-to-day basis.
  • Brian Walker – With a background of more than 17 years in the development of new business, marketing strategies and brand awareness in the human resources and benefits administration industry, Walker serves as senior vice president of sales for the Eastern Region.
  • Tom O'Brien – A 25-year veteran of the industry, O’Brien has extensive experience in human resources, sales of HR software and systems and HR consulting. He is senior vice President of sales for the Western Region.

About RealLife HR

A leader in benefits management automation and outsourcing services, RealLife HR simplifies and automates benefits communications, enrollment and administration in addition to offering call center services and a dedicated support team. RealLife HR clients include a wide array of brokers and consultants as well as nationally recognized entities including Magellan Health Systems, Bombardier, Unilever, AT&T, Comcast and the North Carolina Office of State Personnel. For more information visit http://www.reallifehr.com.

Contacts:

Kim Bachmann, RealLife HR

410.403.5522

or

Susan Anthony, Sawmill Marketing Public Relations

410.592.3003

RealLife HR and the RealLife HR logo are service marks of RewardsPlus of America Corporation.

RealLife Benefits is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a service mark of RewardsPlus of America Corporation.

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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