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EXPLORE PF Compass

Our Purpose

Our Purpose

If your company is between 2 and 500 lives, PF Compass has you covered. Employers today are blindsided by double-digit renewal increases because their current representation hasn’t provided them with a blueprint to manage their employee benefit options.

Our Services

Our Services

Many of today’s broker/consultants are only seen at renewal or when a claims issue arises. Unfortunately, many businesses are unaware that there is so much more their broker/consultant should be doing. At PF Compass we go well beyond what has become common broker responsibilities.

Our Clients

Our Clients

We work with all types of businesses, large and small, across a wide range of industries. Over the years we have created a reputation of providing quality group benefits and unmatched service for all our clients.

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Healthcare Renewal is a Great Time for a 360 Degree Review

Posted by on October 31, 2022 in Human Resources

January is a big month for healthcare renewal and a perfect time to start reviewing your broker relationship. A strong broker / client relationship should be collaborative, a true partnership. At PF Compass we see ourselves as your business advisor and partner – not just a broker! Before you meet with your current broker it is wise to do a full 360-degree review of your current relationship. Asking your key stakeholder for feedback is vital. It shows that you care and that you place employee well-being and your client’s success high on your priority list. Here are some key questions you should be asking. Employers   Is our broker earning the fees we are paying them? Do I have unnecessary “add on” costs? How often do I hear from them? How creative are they in providing options and alternatives to control cost without unnecessary disruption for our employees? How...

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