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Bill Disch

Since he was young, Bill Disch has possessed a strong sense of service – from delivering milk and newspapers, to serving in the Air Force. His integrity and strong desire aid in his want to make a difference in whatever he’s doing. Bill is known for his strong analytical capabilities and smart business sense. He enjoys coming up with creative solutions to complex problems by working together with all involved and leveraging his clients’ knowledge and talent. Bill has a background as a CPA and as an Assistant Business Superintendent for a Michigan K-12 school. He worked with National Insurance Services (NIS) for over 17 years in his previous employment and is happy to join the NIS service team. Bill will be working as a Senior Account Representative in Indiana, as well as growing life and disability in Market Development in Michigan. He is a licensed insurance agent.

Recent Articles by Bill Disch

Paid Time off: Employees' Happiness and Their Utilization

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A recent Harris Poll survey found that most employed Americans are satisfied with their company's paid time off (PTO) policy, but 3 in 4 didn't use the maximum allowed days. On...

Average Salary Increase in 2024 Increases 4%

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According to the latest Salary Budget Planning Survey conducted by WTW, U.S. employers are gearing up to provide a salary increase of 4% in 2024. This surpasses the 3.1% increase in...

Workplace Burnout: The Silent Epidemic

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Employee burnout can have severe consequences for retention and productivity which can impact an employer’s bottom line. A survey by Ringover found that nearly three in four (74%) of...

How to Identify and Retain Key Employees

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According to Zywave’s 2022 Attraction and Retention Survey, more than 75% of employers consider attraction and retention to be among their top five business challenges. Identifying...

2023 Open Enrollment – Early Preparation is Crucial!

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The employment market is still dealing with the aftereffects of the pandemic. Many workers are taking stock of their circumstances and considering which employment perks matter the...

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Mask-Wearing Guidance Updated for Most Americans

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced updates to its masking-wearing recommendations in the U.S. A new tool, the COVID-19 Community Levels, can help...

FDA Authorizes Pfizer Booster for Vulnerable Individuals

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently amended the emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The authorization will allow a single booster shot for...

First COVID-19 ADA Accommodation Lawsuit Filed

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The Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently filed a disability discrimination lawsuit. This is the first COVID-19 pandemic-related lawsuit the EEOC has filed about a remote work...

Third Vaccine Dose Authorized for Immunocompromised Individuals

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The Food and Drug Administration has authorized a third vaccine dose for those individuals who are immunocompromised, to protect them from the highly contagious Delta variant. People...

Policies to Review Before Returning to Work

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It’s a top priority for many workplaces to get employees back into their buildings for in-person work. Employers may want to update preexisting policies or add new ones to conform to...