man with binoculars Employee benefits professionals and companies are on the move, looking to sell better, manage better, provide services better, and just in general further the industry and the people who comprise it. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It’s been a busy spring for these organizations and benefits industry professionals. Here’s a sample of what’s been going on:

Voluntary Disruption is the new name of the independent enhanced benefits firm formerly known as Silverman Benefits Group. It will remain a full-service brokers’ broker. The new company name is designed to emphasize the critical need to change how people perceive voluntary benefits. “The goal of our business rebrand is to challenge our broker partners to change their vocabulary to close more deals and earn more revenue for their agency,” said founder and owner Eric Silverman, and that calling them “enhanced benefits” speaks to their true value in rounding out an employer’s overall employee benefits package.  See Voluntary Disruption’s site.

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C.J. Marwitz

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