BenefitMall Announces Two Promotions Within Organization
Dallas-Based Benefits and Payroll Provider Makes Internal Changes to Strengthen Regions
BenefitMall, the leading provider of employee benefits and payroll services, announces two changes within the company. Joe Bahun will move from his role as Southwest Regional RVP to Vice President of the Account Services Division (ASD). The Colorado team’s Wil Johnson will step up as the Southwest Regional Vice President for the Benefits Division.
Bahun brings 20 years of expertise in BenefitMall’s Colorado and Texas markets. These regions have seen significant growth throughout his time as the Southwest’s Regional Vice President. In his new position, Bahun will report to Bob Love, President of Benefits Division. Under Bahun’s leadership, ASD provides strategic broker advisor services through client account management, renewal services, and reporting.
“Joe has been an integral part of our Southwest Region for the past two decades, and I am excited to see him transition into this new role,” said Love. “In this new position, he will focus on growing our ASD business.”
As the new Southwest Regional RVP, Johnson will focus on growing the Texas and Colorado markets. Previously, Johnson achieved significant sales success and placed BenefitMall in a position of strength and leadership in the Colorado market.
“It is a pleasure to continuously watch Wil’s growth within BenefitMall,” said Love. “He is a valued part of our DNA and will do great things as the region’s new vice president.”
Bahun and Johnson’s new positions are effective immediately.
Headquartered in Dallas, BenefitMall partners with a network of 20,000 Brokers and CPAs to deliver employee benefits and payroll services to more than 200,000 small and medium-sized businesses. By combining payroll and benefits, BenefitMall empowers Trusted Advisors to develop the best employee programs while maintaining compliance with government regulations and Health Care Reform.
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