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Howard Johnson & Co.
101 E. 52nd St., 11th Floor,
New York, N.Y. 10022;
212-758-5900; fax: 212-758-3625
Benefit consulting since: 1965.
Services: 97.3% of revenues from benefit consulting.
Retirement/savings plan consulting: 82% of revenues. Includes plan design consulting, defined benefit plan actuarial work, pension plan record keeping, administration systems consulting, plan administration consulting, administration of multiple benefit plans in a single integrated database, total benefit outsourcing.
Welfare plan consulting: 12.7% of revenues. Includes plan design consulting, insurer/broker selection consulting, evaluation of service providers, health care cost containment, experience monitoring and analysis, pricing, enrollment and ongoing administration via interactive voice response, outsourcing.
Benefit communications consulting: 2.6% of revenues. Includes communications consulting; benefit statement, booklet and audiovisual preparation.
Other services: Compensation consulting.
Locations: Los Angeles; San Francisco; Atlanta; Jersey City, N.J.; Seattle and Spokane, Wash.; London; Dublin, Ireland.
Staff: 375 total.
Clients: 300 total; 100% corporations. Minimum size client: 1,000 employees.
Compensation: By the project, by the hour.
Gross revenues: $35 million estimated from worldwide benefit consulting in 1997; $28 million in 1996.
Officers: Howard J. Johnson, chairman/CEO; Nancy B. Greer, CFO; Kent P. Buckles, director-consulting offices/professional centers; John R. Claus, director-training/special projects; Brendan O'Farrell, director-Howard Johnson & Co. (U.K.) Ltd.
Contact: Nancy Rizzuto.