How to Rethink Benefits in 2023: Meet diverse employee needs and contain costs through plan design
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2022
Time: 2pm EST | 11 am PST
[Also available for free, on-demand viewing for all registrants starting on 12/9/2022]
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Rising inflation and health care costs, tangible DEI initiatives, and navigating reproductive health and family planning benefits are top of mind for both employers and employees as we enter 2023. However, there are solutions through tax-advantaged, consumer-driven benefit plans that satiate employees’ multi-layered needs while containing employer costs. Designing benefit plans that meet employees’ needs can help create savings for both employees and employers, while strengthening recruitment and retention efforts.
Join this complimentary webcast to discover new ways to drive employee engagement and strengthen company culture through benefit plans. You’ll learn:
How to support your organization’s unique DEI initiatives through thoughtful benefits plan design
Strategies to counteract inflation for employees while containing plan costs
What the Dobbs v. Jackson decision means for reproductive health benefits – and how you can provide employees with additional support
|Nicky Brown | Vice President, Advocacy and Government Affairs | HealthEquity
Nicky Brown joined HealthEquity in 2019 through the acquisition of WageWorks. Nicky attended the University of Tulsa and holds Advanced Certification in Flexible Compensation Instructor (ACFCI) and COBRA Administration Specialist (CAS) designations through the Flexible Compensation Institute, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Employers Council on Flexible Compensation (ECFC). Nicky is also a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) through the Society of Corporate Compliance Certification Board. Nicky serves on several industry boards, including ECFC and serves as Chairperson on the ECFC Conference Committee.
|Gary Robinson | SVP, Strategic Partnerships | HealthEquity
Gary Robinson serves and facilitates ongoing, insight-driven engagement with industry’s largest benefit consultancy and brokerage firms. He also manages the team that formulates and manages HealthEquity’s partnerships with major health plans, benefit administrators and retirement plan partners. He leverages a passionately fact and insight-driven approach that enables HealthEquity to delight, grow and retain clients via progressively accretive strategic partnerships. Gary holds MBA, Masters of Material Science and Mechanical Engineering degrees — all from Stanford University.