In this episode of the Perspectives podcast, sponsored by Liberty Mutual and hosted on BenefitsPRO, we’ll hear highlights from the March 23rd presentation titled,Top Benefits Trends for 2021: How Brokers & Employers Can Stay Ahead.  

Building a benefits program that helps clients attract and support employees is already a challenge. When you add layers of remote work and caregiver responsibilities, it becomes even trickier. That is why it’s important to stay on top of benefits trends that will shape the industry in 2021, so you can empower your clients to address the unique times we live in.

The panelists – Emily Rose, SVP of Sales, LegalShield; Sara McClain, Assistant Director, Product Research, Liberty Mutual Insurance; and Mark A. Enright, Senior Sales Leader, Voluntary Benefits, Liberty Mutual Insurance – provide an overview of this year’s trends and how you can discuss them with clients.

The full on-demand webcast can be found here:

Emily Rose – SVP of Sales, LegalShield

Emily is the SVP of Sales for LegalShield’s Business Solutions Division. Ms. Rose has over 15 years of experience in the voluntary benefits space, including group legal plans, identity theft protections plans, supplemental health and property and casualty.

Sara McClain – Assistant Director, Product Research, Liberty Mutual Insurance

Sara is the Assistant Director of Product Research in the Accident and Health group at Liberty Mutual. After several years of working on supplemental health products, she is delighted to focus her efforts exclusively on pet health insurance, on which work includes market research, form development, and product training, along with other aspects of product development. She currently lives near South Bend, Indiana with her husband, seven-year-old stepson, and two-year-old tabby cat.

Mark A. Enright – Senior Sales Leader, Voluntary Benefits, Liberty Mutual Insurance

Mark A. Enright has been with Liberty Mutual for 25 years marketing and implementing Voluntary Benefit solutions for clients across the Northeast US. Mark has a Bachelors in Business Administration degree from St. Bonaventure University and holds the Certified Employee Benefits Specialist designation through the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.