Employee Benefit Offerings - Past, Present, Future
Date: Sep 24, 2020 Beginning at 9:00 AM
Session Duration
1 Hour and 15 Minutes

Learning Objective
- What benefits to offer to stay competitive

- How to use benefits to attract and retain employees

- What to offer today and in the future

Session Description
Today’s workforce is one of the most unique in history. It is not unusual for employers to accommodate up to four generations, from those who are working well past a traditional retirement age, to those recently out of high school or college.

Providing a highly valued employee benefit package to diverse multigenerational needs and desires is one of the more challenging goals for employers. For years most benefit packages have looked similar. But with the wide-ranging needs of today’s workforce, many employers have to balance the contemporary emphasis on workplace flexibility, enhanced time off and leave, improved work-life balance and assisting younger employees with education debt, with the ever increasing cost of maintaining traditional welfare and retirement programs for the majority of the workforce.

Our session will help you determine the benefit offering that will be right for your workforce today and into the future.

Session Speaker

Susan Walker

USI Midwest

More About Susan Walker

Susan Walker is a Senior Vice President at USI Midwest with over 30 years experience assisting employers with the design, administration, funding and communication of employee benefit programs.

She has extensive experience designing and implementing reference based pricing arrangements, self funded programs as well as aggressive pharmacy management solutions for her clients. Most customers are heavily dependent on USI's ability to manage their population's health through advanced wellness initiatives and in-house predictive modeling.