CBP in the news.

  • The Business Council of Fairfield County Honors Companies for Creating Healthy Workplaces

    The Healthy Workplace Employer Recognition Program was established to highlight the efforts of employers who understand the competitive advantage of a healthy workforce and who have implemented a diverse range of programs to promote a healthy workplace and assist their employees to live healthier lives Read more >

  • Stamford company joins financial and insurance firms in national merger

    Consulting firm CBP and an affiliated retiree benefits company are merging with 22 other insurance and financial-services companies across the U.S. to form Alera Group, a union that the firms’ executives said represents a landmark deal for their industries. Read more >

  • Forum Discusses Employee Saftey and Anxiety Management

    Nearly 60 local businesses gathered Sept. 21 for a discus- sion hosted by Mackey & Guasco Staffing LLC, a contract and temporary recruiting firm in Stamford, and CBP, a consulting firm in Stamford, titled, “Anxiety Management in the Workplace Read more >

  • High-Deductible Insurance Plans Gaining Momentum

    The cost of premiums for health insurance, shared by workers and companies, is growing more slowly as more workers shift into high-deductible plans. Read more >

  • The Business Council of Fairfield County Honors Companies for Creating Healthy Workplaces

    Our 2016 Healthy Workplace Employer Recognition Program will applaud the efforts of 49 area employers who understand the competitive advantage of a healthy workforce nd who have implemented a diverse range of programs to promote a healthy workplace and assist their employees to live healthier lives. Read more >

  • CBP Shepherds Clients Through Affordable Care Act Challenges

    Company founder and principal Gary Piantedosi recently assessed the adjustments coming to health insurance for the FCBJ. Read more >

  • CBP works to keep staffers healthy

    How does the largest privately owned insurance brokerage in Fairfield County continually rank in the top 2 percent in revenue nationally in health care benefits; maintain an industry-leading client retention rate upward of 95 percent; and rank as the top place to work in the small-sized brand of the 2015 Hearst Connecticut Top Workplaces survey?Read more >

  • CBP Named Connecticut’s Best Small Business Workplace

    CBP has been recognized as Connecticut’s best place to work, in the small business category of the Top Workplaces program.Read more >

  • CBP Wins Gold For Promoting a Healthy Workplace

    The Business Council of Fairfield County has recognized CBP, one of the tri-state area’s largest privately-owned benefits and risk consulting firms, as a Gold winner in its Healthy Workplaces Employer Recognition Program.Read more >

  • ‘Tis the season to shop for a medical plan

    Now is the time for many businesses to renew their medical plans, and it’s safe to say many have not kept current with the health insurance landscape. Now, they’ll need to pay attention.Read more >

  • Stamford's CBP Ranked Second In Connecticut Top Workplaces

    CBP announces it has been ranked #2 in the small business category of Hearst’s Connecticut Top Workplaces for the second consecutive year.Read more >

  • Shopping for health insurance

    If you’re not educated on the topic of private health insurance exchanges, now is the time to become informed about this trend.Read more >

  • HR Managers Tap Peck as Best in Business

    The Southern Connecticut Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management has selected Chris Peck of Stamford-based CBP as its CEO Leader of the Year in the 2014 Fairfield County Human Resources People of the Year Awards.Read more >

  • CBP Wins Silver For Promoting a Healthy Workplace

    The Business Council of Fairfield County recognized CBP as a Silver winner for our successful efforts in promoting a healthy workplace.Read more >

  • Green Drinks: Healthy or Hype? Pt 1 & Pt 2

    Tune in to the Dr. Oz show to see Rosa Torcasio, Amanda Cassio, Kelly Duenas and Robin Sciarretta represent CBP!Read more >

  • Small employer FAQ on the Affordable Care Act

    Small employers may not be required to offer their employees health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but some may find it easier to offer coverage than in the past via new plan options and federal subsidies.Read more >

  • Giving as part of the business model

    Standing up to cancer is one thing. Smacking the dread malady around the dance floor with a couple of high kicks and a joyful twirl puts an ironic, welcome spin on the battle.Read more >

  • Stamford's CBP Ranked Second In Connecticut Top Workplaces

    Stamford consulting firm CBP recently announced that the company was ranked second in the Small Business category in Hearst's Connecticut Top Workplaces.Read more >

  • Exchange not only option for insurance shoppers

    When Tony Vellucci, of Milford, lost his health insurance earlier this summer, he was anxious about being without coverage too long.Read more >

  • The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Awards CBP with a “Small Business Express Program” Grant

    CBP, one of the largest privately-owned benefits consulting firms in the tri-state area, received a matching grant from The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development for the launch and marketing of a new service called Population Health Management. Read more >

  • CBP Receives Marrakech’s “Special Recognition Award” At Fantasia in North Haven, CT

    CBP, one of the largest privately-owned benefits consulting firms in the tri-state area, received Marrakech’s “Special Recognition Award” at the 23rd Annual Founders’ Award Ceremony on May 2, 2013. Read more >

  • Getting Out In Front of Health Care

    Barack Obama won a second term and Obamacare is a reality. Now what? Read more >

  • Joe Connolly’s Business Report

    November 15, 2012 – Joe Connolly’s Wall Street Journal’s WCBS News Radio 880 Business Report.Read more >

  • Making Wellness Work - CNBC interview wih Gary Piantedosi

    Mark Housley offers extra stock options to any of the 50 employees who sign up the wellness program sponsored by his Silicon Valley energy technology company. Read more >

  • 40 Under 40 winners

    If the secret must get out, then we might as well lead with Dawn Emmerich, given her job as Bank Secrecy Act officer for the Bridgeport-based Community’s Bank. Read more >

  • Governor Dannel Malloy Speaks to Local Business Owners

    CBP sponsored the CEO Roundtable Event held March 28th, their fifth Bi-Annual Networking Event. Guest speaker, the Honorable Governor Dannell P. Malloy, addressed the crowd of approximately 120 CEO’s, Presidents and Principles of local businesses. Read more >