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Employee Benefit News for School, City and County Employers

Ashley Veenendaal

Ashley Veenendaal’s energy and enthusiasm are the first things you notice about her. She’s a problem solver who doesn’t mind going out of her way to help a customer. “I aim to provide the solution that works for them,” says Ashley, “not the one that’s easiest for me.” Ashley has worked at National Insurance Services in a variety of positions including the Billing, Underwriting, and the (Customer) Service Department. Now as a Client Relations Representative, she works with schools, cities, and counties. Ashley is a licensed life and health Insurance agent and has a Group Benefits Disability Specialist (GBDS) designation.

Recent Articles by Ashley Veenendaal

Protecting Employees from Delta Variant

3 minute read

The Delta variant of coronavirus has quickly become the dominant strain in the U.S. Delta can cause a more severe form of COVID-19, spreading more efficiently than the original...

OSHA and CDC Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Individuals

1.5 minute read

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced that they have temporarily adopted the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) public health...


Are LTD Claims Impacted if Employment is Terminated?

1 minute read

Peter, a teacher, is currently out on an approved long-term disability (LTD) claim. Due to his disability, it is unlikely that he’ll be able to return to work. Peter’s employer needs...


Claim denied! Don't let this happen to you

Imagine you are a large client conducting a request for proposal that requires a match to your current policy. A competitor, who advertises on national television, submits a proposal with...


Disability Insurance Alert! Have You Reviewed Your Maximum Covered Salary Lately? Why It’s a Must!

The Maximum Annual Covered Salary (MACS) on your disability insurance plan is the highest salary the insurance carrier has contractually agreed to insure. In other words, if the MACS is $50,000 but...