ISCEBSInternational Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists
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About IFEBP and ISCEBS The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans is a member-driven organization with five decades of experience as a leading objective source of employee benefits, compensation and financial literacy education and information within the American and Canadian workplace.
This strategy simultaneously executes another industry goal: expanding and implementing the use of Internet applications is the greatest interest of benefits specialists, after health care, according to research by ISCEBS and Deloitte & Touche.
About the Survey In its 20th year, the "Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey " is sponsored jointly by Deloitte, the International Foundation and ISCEBS.
The ISCEBS is a nonprofit educational association whose members have earned the CEBS, Group Benefits Associate (GBA), Retirement Plans Associate (RPA), or Compensation Management Specialist (CMS) designations.
For more information on the Society or CEBS, please visit the ISCEBS Web site at www.
For more information on the Society or CEBS visit the ISCEBS Web site at www.
Today's economy has aggravated businesses challenges, particularly as they relate to recruiting, communicating across generations, succession planning, knowledge transfer and health care costs," said Susan Cranston, president, ISCEBS and a certified employment benefits specialist with Manulife Financial.
We don't see employees widely concerned with rising health care costs yet," explained Debora Karstetter, CEBS, president of ISCEBS and executive vice president, ABD Insurance and Financial Services.
The economic crisis has no doubt taken its toll on 401(k) offerings and participants," said 2009 ISCEBS President C.
She also is one of the founding members of the Central New Jersey Chapter of ISCEBS.
To schedule an interview with Tim Phoenix or Dick Kleinert from Deloitte or Scott Boring from ISCEBS, please contact Britton Josey at 404-220-1334, bjosey@deloitte.
Results of this year's "Top Five Benefit Priorities for 1999" survey were announced this week at the 17th Annual ISCEBS Employee Benefits Symposium in Seattle.