Risky Benefits Podcast: Season 1, Episode 10

June 1, 2020

Returning to the Workplace

Recorded via video conference under the Florida shelter-in-place order during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Returning to the workplace is a scary topic for many as COVID-19 is still present with no vaccine or cure in sight. This week on Risky Benefits, we’ll be discussing what it means to our CEO David Faulkenberry and FBMC Board of Directors Member David Essary to return to the workplace. 

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More About Our Guests:

 David Faulkenberry

David Faulkenberry

President and CEO of FBMC Benefits Management Inc.

Responsible for the executive leadership of FBMC Benefits Management, Inc. a company that provides a customizable employee benefits management package including enrollment management, brokerage of core/voluntary products, cafeteria plan administration, communications, and compliance.

Clients include some of the nation’s largest government entities and school systems, as well as private sector clients. FBMC is headquartered in Tallahassee, Florida, with on-site client field offices throughout the United States. We are reputed for our award-winning communications and is recognized as a top 100 benefits selling company. The company is listed in the top five as the largest U.S. Benefits Specialist in Benefits Selling Magazine. FBMC is heralded in communities for its involvement in community events, volunteer work and charitable donations.

David Essary

David Essary

Co-Founder at Accord Systems/Zevo/Safentri

David currently serves as Co-Founder and CEO of Accord Systems, LLC, a national provider of ACA Compliance reporting, filing and fulfillment, as well as CEO of Zevo Benefits, the parent company of the Zevo benefit administration platform and services. Also Co-Founder/Director of Advice2Pay, an institutional provider of insurance premium billing and reconciliation software. Executive Director of kuraMD, an occupational health-focused telehealth provider.

Previously, David was Co-Founder of Tricerion Group, a pioneer national provider of online enrollment & benefit administration services, having sold to USI/Goldman Sachs in July of 2011. From 1996-2003, David was served as the National Practice Consultant for voluntary benefits for Provident/Unum.

David has a personal career production of $100m+ of voluntary benefits sales.