After switching my major to Human Resource Management and Employee Relations midway through my junior year of college, I quickly realized that I needed an internship to gain real world experience. Deciding to intern at JKJ was the greatest career move I have made thus far.More >
On June 30, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that closely held for-profit corporations with sincere religious objections to certain types of contraceptives cannot be required to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) contraceptive mandate. Under the ACA, employers with non-grandfathered health plans are required to provide cost-free coverage for certain preventive care for women, including all FDA-approved contraceptive methods. Three family-owned corporations objected to providing health coverage for certain types of contraceptives, based on their owners’ religious beliefs.More >
Johnson, Kendall & Johnson, Inc. Announced Julie Bartl's New Role as President of JKJ Benefits, Inc.
Today, Johnson, Kendall & Johnson (“JKJ”) announced Julie Bartl’s new role as president of JKJ Benefits Inc. For the past 11 years, Julie has acted as vice president of JKJ Benefits, Inc. managing large benefits clients. As vice president of JKJ Benefits, Inc., she has been actively performing many of the presidential duties already. She has also been a key contributor in launching various initiatives that JKJ Benefits has been implementing as the company meets the challenges of the new benefits environment that we are all facing.More >