Camden, New Jersey, June 1, 2021— National employee benefits broker Corporate Synergies has released The Current Insurance Journal 2021, an annual publication featuring over 25 selections of benefits journalism from their experts.
In its ninth edition, The Current offers powerful business solutions to human resources and finance professionals. This APEX award-winning annual publication provides essential information focused on employee benefits, compliance, HR insights, and cost-containment trends from Corporate Synergies’ experts.
“The industry and employers have seen plenty of change since our first publication in 2012, but each year we find that the need and appetite for this valuable benefits journalism remains constant,” said Co-President, CEO, and publisher of The Current Mike Lisa. “With more employment change on the horizon, we embrace our responsibility to keep employers prepared and informed.”
This year, the magazine contains over 75 pages of expert commentary, including:
- Employee mental health
- Cost-containment strategies
- Compliance guidance
- Return-to-work planning
- Participant well-being
The Current collects this thought leadership in an interactive digital publication wrapped in a clean, professional design. The digital platform allows easy navigation within the publication and access to additional resources. The authors have been featured in top industry publications Employee Benefit News, BenefitsPRO, HR Toolbox, and more.
“We’re proud of the diverse content in this edition. It balances reflection and analysis of recent challenges, practical advice for moving forward and expert forecasts of what to expect,” said Co-President, CEO, and publisher Andrew Bloom. “In many ways, it captures how we’ve been supporting clients, employers and their employees all year”
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 five U.S. locations, including the headquarters in Camden, New Jersey, and regional offices in New York City; Melville, New York; Bethesda, Maryland; and Orlando, Florida. corpsyn.com