Inside Perspective: Employees’ Financial Stressors & How They Really Feel About Their Benefits

Overview

Date: Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Time: 2:00 p.m. ET |11 a.m. PT

Cost: Complimentary

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With low unemployment and heightened competition for top talent, benefits play a key role in helping employees – and the companies they work for – thrive in the new work-life world. Understanding the sources of financial stress for employees and how they view their benefits will help you provide your clients with the right benefits solutions to address their unique challenges and retain their employees.

Join this complimentary webcast highlighting results from MetLife’s recently completed 17th Annual Employee Benefits Trends Study for an inside look at how employees feel about their benefits and the solutions you can present to your clients.. You will discover:

  • Why today’s employees value their work-life balance more than ever before

  • Their top 5 sources of financial stress

  • How employers are making their employees feel valued and appreciated and whether employees really are satisfied with their benefits

  • New and exciting ideas for customizing this data to enhance specific client conversations

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Speakers:

vincent Vincent Branchesi | National Director, Group Benefits Center of Excellence | MetLife

Vincent Branchesi is a national director in the Group Benefits Center of Excellence at MetLife. In this role, Branchesi has responsibility for thought leadership development and activation, managing strategic relationships with industry associations, and ensuring MetLife’s participation in key research events while identifying big market trends. He also has oversight of market intelligence technology for strategic business decisions in the Group Benefits Center of Excellence. Prior to his current role, he was part of the product strategy team that helped MetLife grow its Accident & Health business while improving customized plan design capabilities. Branchesi has also overseen focused marketing efforts for some of the largest brokerage and consulting firms in the United States.