We are employee benefits educators and enrollers.
Our Mission

PES Enrollments is committed to providing exceptional enrollment solutions that educate and empower employees to understand the value of their employee benefits and make informed decisions to protect themselves and their loved ones.

Who We Are
PES By The Numbers

PES is proud to have enrolled hundreds of thousands of employees in 43 states, with that number growing exponentially each year.

We accomplish this using our suite of customized solutions, tailoring the enrollment experience for each of our clients. Our team has worked hard over many years to develop tools to meet the needs of our diverse portfolio of clients.

Our Solutions
Our Key People

Our leadership team has spent years in the employee administration, education and enrollment arena, learning how to develop successful tools for a growing and diverse workforce.

Focusing on the employee experience, they have been able to revolutionize the way that companies approach employee benefits, providing simple, flexible, and personalized enrollment solutions to our clients.

David Hurlock
Chief Executive Officer
Sim Feuer
President
Moshe Reisman
Chief Operating Officer
Tomas Flores
Senior Director of Business Development
Jillian Reaves
Client Engagement Manager
Our Premiere Technology Partner

PES is proud to announce that we have partnered with PlanSource to be the premiere technology provider for our clients!

PlanSource simplifies the benefits enrollment process by offering a mobile-friendly and intuitive benefits shopping and enrollment experience. Partnered with our in-house call center and expert team of benefit counselors, this new technology will revolutionize the way that we do business with our clients.

Our Partnerships

We are proud American Health Care Association (AHCA) and National Center For Assisted Living (NCAL) partners. We support programs and services that bring about improvement in long term care and help to create strategies to deal with a variety of profession-related issues including revised policies and regulations, staffing shortages, Medicare and Medicaid, tort reform and quality.