The PIU Communicator Library

Hidden Liability When Firing an Employee - 12/16/2014

Most employment dissolutions taking place in small to large businesses are done so with amicable intentions.  Of course employees are generally and understandably upset, but the break-up of employee and employer is usually beneficial, in the long run, to both parties.  Severed employees must come to grips that personalities clashed enough to produce an unhealthy […]

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Severance Agreement Disability Insurance Video - Tuesday, February 11, 2014

When an employee is offered a benefits package that cannot be fulfilled by traditional insurance companies, the employer is forced to self insure some of the benefits. The Severance Agreement Disability Insurance plan was created to reduce the liability created by a comprehensive severance package…

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Severance Insurance for Employers - Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Unfortunate circumstances arise in all businesses at one time or another. And for reasons such as merger and acquisition or reorganization, an employer, at times, finds it necessary to “let go” or sever business relationships with long-term employees who have amassed employee benefits in the form of pensions and insurances…

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Severance Disability Plans - Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Severance Agreements usually result in the promise of the employer to provide for a continuation of income and benefits for a certain period of time beyond the termination date of an employee. These types of agreements are very common. Employers having tried their hardest to attract the best talent possible have fabricated very expensive benefit plans…

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Severance Disability Plans II - Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Relieves Employers of Substantial ObligationsMakes a hero out of the astute brokerSEVERANCE AGREEMENTS – present a new opportunity for Insurance Advisors and Producers…

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Severance Disability Plans - Monday, November 27, 2000

SEVERANCE AGREEMENTS present a new opportunity for insurance advisors and producers. Merger and acquisition of businesses is a common occurrence. When two businesses are enjoined a group of executives and employees are typically dismissed. After all the theory of the enjoinment is to run two businesses with one overhead and one set of personnel…

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