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Implementing Cost Saving Benefit Strategies While Increasing Employees Perceived Value of Benefits

Topic:
Implementing Cost Saving Benefit Strategies While Increasing Employees Perceived Value of Benefits
Date:
May 9, 2012 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Jeremy Lurey, CEO & Chief Architect(Plus Delta Consulting, LLC)
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Description
Many of today’s employees are accustomed to employer provided rich benefit packages with high employer contributions. They are also more benefit savvy as more vendor benefit communication is being directed at the individual versus the employer.

In a time where the average employee has come to expect growing benefits packages and high employer contributions, how do organizations that can no longer afford to maintain this trend make changes without causing discontent among the employee population?

There is no lack of discussion surrounding what more HR executives must do to please both the executive team and the employee population. The Human Resource Department realizes that it must get used to the trend of doing more with fewer resources but how can it continue to do this efficiently and cost effectively? To whom can you turn for proper guidance and to help you accomplish these tasks? In this informative webcast, we will address these questions as well as the questions below.

Please join me, Nadine Dwan, Employee Benefits Advisor at Beneflex Insurance Services as I address the following:

1) How much of employees' perceived value of benefits is due to employee benefit communication and service level versus actual wealth of available benefits?

2) What are proper benchmarks to justify changes to employee benefit offerings and contribution levels?

3) How to communicate these benchmarks to employees?

4) How to communicate to employees the true cost of providing benefits?

5) How to increase employees' perceived value of the benefits you offer?

6) Who should be involved in benefit cost saving strategies and communication of changes to your employees?
Who Should Participate
CEO’s, CFO’s, HR and Benefit Professionals
What You Will Learn
1) How much of employees' perceived value of benefits is due to employee benefit communication and service level versus actual wealth of available benefits? 2) What are proper benchmarks to justify changes to employee benefit offerings and contribution levels? 3) How to communicate these benchmarks to employees? 4) How to communicate to employees the true cost of providing benefits? 5) How to increase employees' perceived value of the benefits you offer? 6) Who should be involved in benefit cost saving strategies and communication of changes to your employees?
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Plus Delta Consulting, LLC

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Beneflex Insurance Services, Inc.
Beneflex is a 'perfect blend' employee benefits firm. We provide the flexibility and personal touch of a small firm; AND the tools, services and negotiation of a large firm through our affiliation with United Benefits Advisors.
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