BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Sep 9, 2013) - Longfellow Benefits has grown into one of New England's largest privately held employee and executive benefits firm since its founding 15 years ago. Its 35 employees now help clients such as Brown Rudnick LLP and Northland Investment Corporation to manage and communicate cost-effective benefits programs that help attract and retain talented staff.
Longfellow Benefits team members are considered thought leaders within the industry. They're frequently quoted by journalists from the trade and business press, and their articles regularly appear in professional employee benefits journals.
"We're constantly finding new ways to add value and better serve our clients," said managing partner Joe Gray. "Having a strong culture and hiring great people has been the key to our growth."
Most of the staff have stayed for many years. Three of the four founding partners (one has retired) continue to be an active part of the business and culture.
"From the day we opened our doors, we have remained committed to our core business units: employee and executive benefits," Gray said. "We strive every day to be the most admired employee and executive benefits company."
Longfellow Benefits was selected as one of Boston's "Best Places to Work" by Boston Business Journal from 2006 to 2012. The firm has even attracted international notice: it was ranked a certified High Performance Organization by The HPO Center in The Netherlands in 2011, based on research developed by the world's leading expert on high-performance organizations, Andre de Waal, PhD.
The firm will be celebrating its 15th year in business at an event at the Boston Harbor Hotel.
Serving organizations in New England and nationally, Longfellow Benefits designs, implements, and manages employee benefits, retirement plans, and executive benefits.