The debt-burdened, hyper-social millennial generation presents a unique set of challenges for companies. They are motivated differently than other worker of previous generations, so companies wanting to keep this talented workforce engaged must adapt their benefits strategies accordingly.
The session will begin with some eye-opening statistics about millennials followed by research into their attitudes towards employer benefits plus examples of flexible and self-directed programs that will appeal to this generation.
Webinar participants will learn:
Who should attend: Health plans, benefit professionals and employers
Kim Lear, founder of Inlay Insights
Kim is a speaker, writer, strategist and researcher who explores how emerging trends impact the future of our workforce and marketplace. Kim has keynoted for and consulted to Fortune 500 companies like American Express, Best Buy, Cisco Systems, Deloitte, Disney, General Mills, Linked In, and Mastercard.
Steven A. Nyce, Director of Willis Towers Watson’s Research and Innovation Center.
Steven has written numerous articles and spoken regularly at public and private forums over the last two decades on the design of employer-sponsored benefit programs. His research specializes in employee attitudes towards their benefit programs and their impact on employee behavior, workforce productivity and employee well-being.
Carlos Hernandez, Vice President, Strategic Alliances – Acclaris, Inc.
Carlos Hernandez offers 25+ years of experience in the healthcare industry advising hundreds of employers on creative plan design and best practices for health benefits. Carlos was an early pioneer in health savings and reimbursement accounts, helping launch the HSA at United Healthcare in 2005. In leadership roles at Microsoft, WellPoint and Optum, Carlos has given more than 50 speeches and educational webinars about consumer-directed healthcare.
Millennials differ from other generations: economics, employment and point of view
Role voluntary and flexible benefits can play in attracting and keeping top millennial talent
Tools and techniques to foster better engagement and support a more productive millennial workforce