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zizzl Reviews and Testimonials
CI Design, Inc. Expert benefits advice and enrollment technology from zizzl helped CI Design control their healthcare costs with options that better fit their people and budget. By combining payroll and benefit services with zizzl, CI enjoys a fully-automated...
3 Strategic Rewards You Must Factor Into Your Next Benefits Technology Upgrade
by Ray Seaver CEO | zizzl It’s summer and no one wants to think about employee benefit renewals. But before we know it, Labor Day will be here and they’ll be fast approaching. Insurance carrier renewal packets will appear and the chaos of open enrollment will begin....
Ditch the Sticky Notes: 3 Steps to Prevent Health Insurance Premium Payment Mistakes
Placing trust in sticky notes and spreadsheets when it comes to communicating eligibility changes to benefit vendors is a risky proposition. Three simple steps will help you get reliable and automated processes in place to communicate eligibility changes to your benefit vendors and avoid premium payment mistakes.
Combining Payroll and Benefits Lands zizzl on Top 10 List
HR TECH Outlook recognized zizzl as a Top 10 Payroll Solution Provider for 2017. The magazine, which tracks industry innovations and trends, evaluated various payroll software solution providers in the market and shortlisted companies that are at the forefront of...
Hiring: Don’t Hurry, Be Happy
by Raymond Seaver
CEO | zizzl
The labor market is tightening. Can you feel it? Your people do. They’re all over you to fill that open position to lighten their loads. Your tempted to take less time with a candidate that’s shown promise early in the process and fill the position. It’s easy to rationalize…
Create a Winning Culture by Recruiting the Right Players
by Rich Gallun
Former CEO, bswift
In reflecting on my 15 years as CEO of bswift (2000-2015), I’ve concluded that the key to our emergence as a leader in the benefits technology market was embracing the idea that “culture eats strategy for…