Longtime employee benefits leader, Jack Silberman, announced Monday the formation of a new benefits firm, the Silberman Group. Mr. Silberman, a co-founder and recent chief executive of Reliance Human Capital Management, will be leveraging his decade of expertise and leadership in the employee benefits arena to help businesses across the region better manage their ever-evolving benefits needs, officials said.
“I am intrigued by analyzing client’s business challenges.
As an employer, I know exactly what they are going through. I have a passion for helping people navigate this aspect of their business that can be overwhelming and complicated. I like to think outside of the box to advise my clients and help them select the best benefits solutions because, ultimately, it attracts talent and can improve employee retention,” said Mr. Silberman.
"A Chattanooga native and graduate of the McCallie School, Silberman’s experience in the benefits space is wide-ranging, from serving as a staff broker to growing a successful employee benefits business as an entrepreneurial executive. Those experiences will serve as the foundation for the Silberman Group," officials said.
“I know, first-hand, how important it is for companies to maintain an efficient and affordable cost structure in an ever-changing healthcare environment. After working for a brokerage firm serving clients of all sizes in the benefits space and running a company as CEO, I feel I bring a unique perspective to my clients,” said Mr. Silberman.
"When he’s not helping his clients succeed in business, Silberman is heavily involved in the community," officials said. "He is a graduate of Leadership Chattanooga, president of the McCallie Alumni Council, active member in Rotary, a board member for Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga and is currently a museum chair for the Creative Discovery Museum. Other organizations Jack has been involved with include: The ALS Association, SHRM, Young Life, UT Alumni, United Way Emerging Leaders and NAIFA."
Mr. Silberman lives on Lookout Mountain with his wife Shannon and three sons Charlie (8), Smith (6) and Sully (3).