Mt. Laurel, N.J., March 29, 2016 – Corporate Synergies, a national insurance and employee benefits brokerage and consultancy, has been approved by the Society of Human Resource Managers (SHRM) to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP℠ or SHRM-SCP℠ at the company’s educational events. Corporate Synergies produces a series of educational and thought leadership events throughout the year, including forums, roundtables and webinars.
“We’re committed to helping human resources professionals to navigate the increasingly complex HR landscape through educational events,” said Brian Feeley, Senior Vice President of Corporate Synergies. “We’re pleased that SHRM sees the value of our events, and that we’re able to strengthen what we’re offering employers.”
We’re pleased that SHRM sees the value of our events.
Among the events that will now offer SHRM PDCs are:
- A Potpourri of Benefits Compliance Updates (Webinar, April 20th)
- Experience360 Benefits and Insurance Forum (Philadelphia, May 5th)
- Experience360 Benefits and Insurance Forum (Washington, DC, May 19th)
- Experience360 Benefits and Insurance Forum (New York City, June 16th)
For more event information, please visit www.corpsyn.com/events/.
About Corporate Synergies
Corporate Synergies is a national insurance and employee benefits brokerage and consultancy. The firm delivers strategies that control costs, relieve administrative burdens and mitigate risk. Its experts develop a deeper understanding through established listening posts in all areas of their competencies, fueling the ability to better execute. The company operates from six U.S. locations, including the headquarters in Mount Laurel, New Jersey; and regional offices in New York City; Melville, New York; Wayne, Pennsylvania; Bethesda, Maryland; and Orlando, Florida.
- Webinar: A Potpourri of Benefit Compliance Updates
- WellnessMINUTE: Attracting and Retaining Top Talent with Health & Wellness
- Upcoming Live Events and Webinars!
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