An effective benefits communication plan is often overlooked by employers, but research links effective benefits communications with greater employee satisfaction with their jobs, and, in turn, stronger feelings of loyalty. Learn practical suggestions for improving employee benefits communications and optimizing the overall value of a benefits program.
Ron Leopold: MD, MBA, MPH, Vice President, National Medical Director, U.S. Business, MetLife
Jennifer Benz: Chief Strategist and Founder of Benz Communications
With employees spending only 30 minutes making benefits decisions, employers have an opportunity to help ensure that this limited time is used most effectively. Learn four simple tips that can help employers more strategically use their benefits programs to meet business objectives as well as make a significant difference in the lives of their employees.
Speaker: Todd Katz, executive vice president, U.S. Business for MetLife
A healthier workforce, to the mutual benefit of all stakeholders, is likely to incur fewer medical and disability costs and remain most productive, yet wellness programs are an area typically underutilized by employers. There are several low cost tactics that can be taken to implement effective wellness programs and capitalize on the timing of open enrollment season.
Speaker: Ron Leopold, MD, MBA, MPH, Vice President, National Medical Director, U.S. Business, MetLife
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