A Fresh Take on Benefits Engagement | January 20, 2022 | Virtual
Thanks to all who joined us for Engage 2022!
This January, hundreds of benefits professionals gathered for Engage 2022: a virtual event to re-energize and reinvigorate our benefits strategies for the year ahead. Led by industry experts and HR leaders, Engage was an opportunity to connect with peers, gain support in an especially challenging time, and breathe in fresh insights to better support employees in 2022.
And while this year’s event may be over, the learning doesn’t stop there! Check out the full recordings to relive Engage (or see what you missed).
It’s time for better benefits engagement.
You better put some pep in your step because this new workforce demands flexibility, remote work, and benefits that go beyond the office. But traditional approaches to benefits will fail to get your people what they need, when they need it. It’s time for something better and 2022 is the year to make it happen. Hear from experts in HR and benefits consulting to learn:
- How to drive employee benefits engagement from a new perspective—a perspective that finally works
- Innovative engagement tactics real HR leaders have implemented to improve both workforce happiness and the company’s bottom line
- What you need to prepare for the benefits package of the future—accounting for virtual solutions, a focus on mental well-being and the critical nature of equity and inclusion in healthcare
Meet the Speakers
National Employee Health & Benefits Program Manager, Marsh & McLennan Agency
EVP, Nielsen Benefits Group, 2021 Benefits Pro Broker of the Year
Global Benefits & Well-Being Program Manager, Zendesk
Co-Founder & Managing Director, Paradigm
Director, Consultants & Alliances, Calm
VP, HR, Benefits & Operations,Health Care Service Corporation
Founder, HR@Heart Consulting
Director of Benefits, Global Total Rewards, McDonald’s
Senior Manager, Benefits & Wellness, Niagara Bottling
Watch the full Engage 2022 recordings!
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