As organizations increasingly prioritize flexibility in their benefits and rewards programs, what are the best ways for them to be competitive with their peers? Innovation is the name of the game in 2023, given the challenge of distinguishing benefits and compensation offerings in a crowded marketplace. What aspects of the employee experience should be increasingly considered key aspects of total rewards, including career growth, well-being, and job flexibility?
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Children's Hospital Colorado
Patti Taylor, Head of Total Rewards, Xerox
Melissa Fisher, Director, Compensation & Benefits, Children's Hospital Colorado
Jennifer Lavoie, Director of Employee Wellbeing, Piedmont Healthcare
Angela Nelson, Vice President & Executive Director of Clinical Services , Rethink Care
Mark Valerius, Sr. Vice President, Global Compensation & Benefits, Stellantis
Nicole Tanzillo, Co-founder and Chief Experience Officer, Ceresa
Lydia Dishman, Senior Editor, Growth and Engagement, Fast Company
Fertility treatments and other family-forming journeys like adoption are notoriously expensive, costing tens of thousands of dollars on average. It may seem counterintuitive, then, that providing employees with fertility benefits can actually help reduce healthcare and other costs. But in fact, fertility benefits are an essential tool for lowering costs, retaining valuable employees, and meeting DEI goals — even during uncertain economic times. In this webinar, we’ll explore how clinically managed fertility benefits can help your company reduce high-cost claims, guide employees toward less invasive care, and retain some of your most valuable employees.
Learn why fertility benefits are still valuable during uncertain economic times
Understand why costs for fertility care are sometimes higher than they need to be — and how fertility benefits can reduce those costs
Hear how improved prenatal care and access to pregnancy professionals can reduce costly procedures like C-sections
Learn how menopause symptoms can impact work and productivity and how providing better support reduces costs
Taylor Padalino, Account Executive, Carrot
Jessica Nam Kim, CEO & Co-Founder, Ianacare
In today's ever-evolving business climate, employers are looking for ways to save money and remain competitive, and offering innovative healthcare benefits is one way to do just that. By utilizing data and personal connections to identify health risks, employers can offer early interventions that promote employee health and wellness while achieving cost savings. This panel will delve into how companies
can take advantage of dynamic health benefit solutions to provide a curated experience that prioritizes the physical and mental wellbeing of their employees in order to stand out from competitors.
Kaeli Yuen, MD, Director of Clinical Product Management, Accolade
Lauren Reed, MHA, Sr. Manager, Solutions Management, Accolade
Jeanne Walsh, Director, Benefits and Global Mobility, Boston Scientific
Hannah Wilkowski, Director, Global Benefits - BuzzFeed
Matthew Tremmaglia, VP of Customer Success, Achievers
Stephanie Denton, PHR - People Operations Lead, Northstar
Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza, journalist