Mammoth HR: A New HR Value-Add Program for You to Offer Your Clients


Provide Your Clients the HR Services You Can’t Offer Yourself

Your clients count on you as their trusted advisor to recommend opportunities and solutions that can benefit their businesses. Now CAMICO and Mammoth HR, one of CAMICO’s strategic partners, are teaming up to offer policyholders access to Mammoth’s industry-leading virtual HR helpdesk services. With this new program, you can offer your clients a Human Resources compliance and consulting solution so they have a place to turn with their HR tasks, problems, and questions.

What Is Mammoth, and How Can It Benefit Your Clients?

From compliance, to employee relations, to a new employee handbook, Mammoth helps employers minimize their risk and build best practices. Through Mammoth’s HR helpdesk software and team of certified HR professionals, Mammoth gives your clients the HR help they need, when they need it.

Benefits for Your Business

As a valued CAMICO policyholder, you can strengthen your relationships with your clients and provide them with access to the HR support they need. Plus, your clients will receive the added benefit of preferred pricing (a 10% discount) through your custom promotional code.

Find Out More

Below you’ll find opportunities to learn more about how the program works and samples of the resources and advice available to your clients.
  • Register for an introductory webinar detailing how the program works.
  • Sign up for HR tips and best practices emails that you can use at your firm and share with your clients.
  • Download a complimentary New Hire Kit you can provide to your clients as a sample of the materials and resources they’ll receive by joining Mammoth.

Get Started

To get started, visit the Mammoth site at http://grow.mammothhr.com/camico-policyholders and sign up as a Mammoth HR Program Partner. For questions, please call the Mammoth customer care team directly at (503) 205-3783.

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