During this thought-provoking webinar, you’ll learn five strategies that can provide the blueprint for a successful, sustainable wellness program. To spark lasting behavior changes in your employees or members, you need to develop a program that recognizes the unique characteristics of your population. We’ll also share strategies to get critical leadership support for your wellness program and to incorporate effective incentives. At the conclusion of the webinar, you’ll be armed with five key tools to build a company culture that radiates health and wellness. Our research shows that with the correct program in place, you can reduce absenteeism, create a vibrant culture and see happier, healthier and more productive employees.
This seminar will present an overview of the need (or lack thereof) for legal and identity-theft mitigation offerings in the voluntary benefits marketplace, including a comparison of the approaches, the prices, and the “players” in the industry. We will discuss the definition of “legal need” and “identity theft,” and compare the targeted offerings to the assistance provided by an EAP. We will touch on different factors in determining offerings and enrollment conditions, as well as industry- and sized-based concerns. Of particular interest will be the information showing how identity theft impacts both the employee and the employer, and how both share the risk.
Discover the sweeping dilemma your own employees could be struggling from due to poor financial footing and how it is affecting your business. Learn the solutions that are available and how to implement them amongst your biggest asset, your employees. Improve your bottom line by offering the tools needed by your employees to give them the financial wellbeing they often struggle to find on their own.
We welcome you to join us in our first webcast geared towards improving the financial wellness and education amongst your employees. This event is sure to be highly educational and beneficial to your company. We encourage all to attend.
The reasons why employers are taking a close look at offering identity theft protection and legal plans to their employees as a voluntary group benefit can be measured in “dollars and sense.”
Now, more than ever before, employees are dealing with legal issues and identity theft is America’s fastest growing white collar crime according to the FBI.
Learn more about how identity theft and your employees’ legal issues affect your company and what you can do as an HR professional to mitigate that impact. When you bring in a voluntary employee benefit with no direct cost that has a positive influence on the company’s “bottom line” … you’ll deserve the title of HR Rock Star!
There are three developments that have made communicating benefits harder than ever:
The increasing complexity of benefits, especially health benefits
The general difficulty in getting anyone's attention
The need to master multiple communications channels
Fortunately, there are new ideas and methods for communicating during the open enrollment period that will help you battle past these challenges.
This webinar will look at the thinking that lies behind successful open enrollment communication programs and shares some specific tips and techniques. Among the techniques we will explore are the use of video, social media, and “federated” creation of content. We can do better communication than ever, but we have to embrace the right tools and right mindset.
The Importance of Benefit Communication will be discussing all aspects of open enrollment from:
1) Employee and Employer needs and trends and ways to save cost to bottom line.
2) Benefit selection including: product lines, differention, and how to ask the right questions to achieve the best overall plans
3) Different styles of benefit communication to fit different learning needs.
4) Questions to ask to choose a communication company that works best for your needs.
5) Different benefits available and how to choose the best ones for your needs.
6) Products and services that can help maximize your enrollment at little or no cost to your bottom line.
Within this session, we will look at globalization, the growth of global wellness and how wellness strategic objectives vary worldwide and by region. We will evaluate the business case around global wellness and the goals and challenges facing multinational companies implementing wellness strategies. We will also explore the fastest growing wellness program elements by region, and best practice approaches when rolling out a international wellness strategy.
We will address:
• Evaluating the internal and external factors affecting global wellness strategies
• How to developing key performance indicators for your Global Wellness Program
• Approaches to functional challenges
o Management Reporting
o Data and Privacy
•Understanding how to engage Global Employee populations with your Wellness Strategy
The session will cover the current state of global wellness in a corporate environment, the growth and trends found in recent years with supporting information taken from trusted sources (Buck Report 2010). It will also cover some key considerations to make before implementing a health and wellness strategy. Finally, the session will help you build a business case incorporating the challenges, opportunities and best practices of an integrated global wellness solution.
Now, more than ever, it's important to know how health care reform will affect you, your employees and your business. Don't miss this interactive webinar discussing the sweeping transformations involving health care changes and employee benefits. In this webinar, our expert on compliance, Penny Boyd, will guide you through topics such as: W2 reporting, uniform summary of coverage, open enrollment checklists, dependent issues, and focusing on how grandfathered, non-grandfathered and self-insured plans must comply with new regulations.
Our speaker, Penny Boyd, is CBP's compliance specialist. As Compliance Coordinator, she brings over 25 years of experience in Employee Benefits, Compensation and Human Resources to the team. She is a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist and a longtime member of the International Foundation of Employee Benefits. Penny's most recent work experience was at The Dannon Company, Inc., as Manager of Employee Benefits. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a BA in Anthropology and studied Law after graduating.
Join this session to review criminal, credit, and drug test information use trends by employers, the views of legislation around applying these results when hiring, and the anticipated next steps coming in 2012 state legislatures. We will review how companies commonly use this data today, the rules of engagement that apply, and discuss if this data translates into a more qualified candidate now than in years past.