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Favorite quote from HR Tech 2018:
"Using a third party sourcing consultant is invaluable, we recommend that HR tech vendors embrace third party consultants." – Kelly Ortelli (Great-West Financial) and Stephanie Cipolla (Cherokee Nation Businesses)
An employee benefits and health insurance industry veteran, Mr. Goheen brings a broad perspective to Gruppo Marcucci through his experience as an employee benefits consultant, broker and health care insurance client manager. His success has been driven by his ability to clearly understand the diverse needs of an organization and deliver solutions that are specific to their unique situation. As a consultant, he takes great pride in his ability to translate technical and complex employee benefit issues into simple, actionable decision points. Mr. Goheen spent more than 10 years with CIGNA HealthCare and Aetna in various management, finance and account management roles. Prior to joining Gruppo Marcucci, he was a partner with a well-respected employee benefits consulting/brokerage firm for five years. Mr. Goheen’s detailed approach with clients, coupled with his big picture thinking, provides a best-of-both-worlds consultancy approach for Gruppo Marcucci clients.
Gruppo Marcucci (GPM), a division of Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc., provides outsourcing intelligence and associated consulting to stakeholders in the Benefits and HR Technology & Outsourcing industry. Our in-depth understanding of the service provider market and our vast experience sourcing and implementing solutions is key to our clients achieving full operational success.
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