Get Over Boring Benefits: A Guide to Building Better Benefit Engagement
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To compete in a tight talent market, employers increasingly rely on benefits brokers and consultants to identify strategic, cost-effective benefits packages. After all, healthcare costs are skyrocketing and hiring the right talent is tougher than ever. However, both brokers and employers may struggle to distinguish benefits packages, and to determine what employees truly need from them. Benefits education is the answer, and is an essential component of a modern benefits package that can make the difference between happy employees and wasted effort and money. Turning benefits education from an afterthought into an automated process can drive employee satisfaction and relieve the burden from administrators and brokers.
Join this complimentary webcast to discover how to evaluate your benefits offerings and consider strategies to empower employees to take charge of their lives and health. You’ll learn:
Why automated benefits education is increasingly important in today’s world
How to evaluate an education program from a benefits provider, and understand whether it will meet employee needs
Proven strategies to streamline benefits education to save brokers and administrators time and money
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|Andrew Bruns, Regional Director, Business Development, Lively
Andrew Bruns is a Regional Director of Business Development at Lively who works with health insurance and benefits consultants, general agencies, and registered investment advisors to simplify and enhance their HSA offering. With over 12 years of financial services, benefits and insurance experience Andrew is passionate about bringing people together to discuss transparent solutions that result in a better way to do business and improve lives.
Andrew graduated from the University of Kansas with a double major in Sociology and History. He lives in Olathe, KS with his wife and twin boys. Andrew enjoys singing, playing piano, guitar, drums, tennis and riding motorcycles.