Creating a Differentiated Employee Experience through Personalized Advocacy
Webinar Date: March 7, 2018
Whether you lead HR for an organization of 500 employees or 500,000, you’re likely feeling mounting pressure on multiple fronts. As the labor market tightens, your CEO wants to know what you’re doing to attract talent and make people want to stay. For your employees, new sources of stress emerge every day, and so taking care of employee mental health and wellbeing has become just as important as tending to their physical health. And of course, the bottom line. As healthcare costs continue to escalate, you need to find ways to protect the bank accounts of both your employees and your organization.
It’s a complex set of challenges that requires understanding employee expectations and needs, as well as thinking differently about their overall experience. And a critical part of those is your employee health and benefits plan.
Thankfully, you’re not alone in these challenges, and innovative approaches are emerging that work across industries. By embracing a new approach to employee health and benefits called personalized advocacy, innovative employers are making a positive impact on the lives of their employees and their families, creating a unique and valued relationship.
One of those companies is Lowe’s. Please join Gregor Teusch, Head of Reward and Employee Experience for this Fortune 50 home improvement company, and Rob Cavanaugh, President of Accolade, for an insightful discussion that will address questions such as:
- How should HR Benefit Leaders think about the tension between employee retention and employee health and benefit costs?
- What do employees expect from their employers when it comes to their own health and wellness – and can you meet their expectations?
- How can employers create stronger employee relationships through their health and benefit plan?
- What are the components of personalized advocacy and how does it work?
- How do you get started with a personalized advocacy solution, and what impact has it had on the lives of Lowe’s employees and their families?