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Innovation and Leadership Make Longfellow Benefits a Repeat Boston “Best Employer”
Cultivating future leaders from within
BOSTON— June, 2012—As an employee benefits consulting firm with a focus on family and work/life balance, Longfellow Benefits provides topnotch employee benefits, including emergency childcare, free employee memberships to Care.com, and a monthly gym reimbursement.
Longfellow recently swept to its 7th consecutive title of one of Boston’s “Best Places to Work” according to the Boston Business Journal. But tangible benefits are only half the reason.
Over the last 24 months, Longfellow has repositioned its focus as an employer of choice to focus on three main areas: leadership, empowerment, and innovation.
By investing heavily in the development of its employees, Longfellow seeks to create industry thought leaders, such as Vice President Kristie Howard, co-founder and Board Vice-Chair of the Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (www.wwcma.org).
Also, by investing in innovative employee benefits and forging strategic partnerships, Longfellow ensures employees have the resources they need to shine and give clients cutting-edge advice.
In early 2012, following the close of its 12th year in business, Longfellow’s leadership outlined its mission statement to be the “most admired employee benefits firm” by “creating long-term sustainable value for employees, clients, and the communities in which we live and work.” It demonstrates that Longfellow intends to continue to grow as an independent firm committed first and foremost to employees and clients.
“We believe that long-term sustainable growth can only be achieved by allowing our associates to flourish through investments that empower them to become leaders in our industry,” says Joe Gray, managing principal. “The trickle-down effect this has for our clients is that they receive the most innovative services and strategies from associates who are truly committed to their craft.”
Serving organizations in New England and nationally, Longfellow Benefits provides employee benefits, executive benefits, and financial planning consulting services. Retirement plan consulting services provided through Longfellow Advisors, a division of Longfellow Benefits. The firm’s technical depth, breadth of expertise, infrastructure, nimbleness, and service delivery help employers optimize each benefits dollar.
For more information, visit www.longfellowbenefits.com or call 617-351-6000.
Securities offered through LPL Financial, Member FINRA/SIPC. Investment advice offered through Longfellow Advisors, a Registered Investment Advisor and separate entity from LPL Financial.