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Zenefits Partners With Aetna

Zenefits, or shall we say Z2?, announced new updates as it seeks to further position itself as…an HR company with an app. “As soon as you go outside the valley,…

Zenefits’ fines over its licensing fiasco surpass $8 million

According to Iowa Insurance Division, Zenefits is ordered to pay $26,000 for licensing violations in Iowa. In case you’re keeping count, that makes Iowa the 14th state that Zenefits settled with. Recall additional…

Zenefits’ 360° degree turn

“Seriously, crappy food” – how one employee described the ‘cons’ of working for Zenefits this week. Speaking of Zenefits, its new CEO Jay Fulcher just announced that the company would lay…

Zenefits and Illinois settle

Zenefits agreed to pay a civil forfeiture of up to $560,000. Of that amount, $100,000 will be suspended pending the successful completion of a probation period. The news follows other…

Zenefits announced its Winter Release

Think: one HR compliance app and one documents app. The compliance app helps businesses track and manage federal compliance deadlines for benefits, payroll, taxes, and basic HR. The documents app provides a centralized solution for…

Here we go again: Zenefits and Missouri settle

In what appears to be the never-ending saga of ‘Zenefits Settles’, we now bring you Missouri. The Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration (DIFP) reported that Zenefits, has agreed to pay…

Bring back the suit & tie

A look at insurtech gear, because TrueMotion inspired us, and just because.   By @goTrueMotion:     By @Zenefits:     By @Homesite:       By @AskKodiak:       By @InsuranceAccel:    …

Zenefits’ Sacks says “It’s time to find the next leader”

According to the NYT, David Sacks is planning to leave his position as CEO, less than a year after taking over the troubled health-benefits broker, to become Zenefits’s chairman so that he…

Zenefits’ software: no longer free in Washington

Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler ordered Zenefits to stop distributing its employee benefits software for free, noting the tactic violates Washington state insurance law against inducements. The inducement law in Washington permits a…

Zenefits reaches a $7M settlement with California

Zenefits has agreed to pay a $7 million fine in a settlement with California regulators, which includes a $3 million fine for licensing violations, a $4 million fine for skipping…

Idaho settles with Zenefits

The Idaho Department of Insurance is the latest to fine Zenefits for knowingly letting employees sell insurance in Idaho without proper licenses. $25K is the price they pay . This is the…

The Gist of Z2

Earlier today Zenefits announced its new platform (note: not software) called Z2. Think: a platform with an “app store” concept to allow admins to easily set up new employees with…

From the desk of ‘Zenefits Settles’: Feeling Déjà vu

The once upon a time perfect startup that has gotten into a mess over its violations of insurance rules has now settled with Texas, making it the 9th state (think:…

From the desk of ‘Zenefits Settles’

The once upon a time perfect startup that has gotten into a mess over its violations of insurance rules has now settled with Washington, making it the 8th state (think: Arizona,…

A word with Zenefits CEO

“At some point, this company will want to sell its shares again, and future prospective shareholders will look closely at how we treated our current shareholders” – Zenefits CEO David Sacks…

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