According to an announcement by the companies, the arrangement will allow them to not only provide consulting services, but also a full picture of an executive’s compensation as presented on ProAct Wealth Statement, compensation software developed by ProAct Technologies Corp.
On a ProAct Wealth Statement, an executive will get a
current view of his or her total compensation and benefits
program including retirement savings.
The software can also perform modeling calculations about various benefits packages.
Clark/Bardes was recently in the news when it launched a new human capital practice that includes pension plan design and management among its service offerings (see Clark/Bardes Kicks off Human Capital Practice ).
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