SANTA ANA PUEBLO, N.M. — A recent gathering of benefits administration leaders and practitioners in a remote New Mexico desert resort was dominated by discussions of employee mental health, rising employee expectations, and finding ways to meet employees where they are while tackling rising health care costs that impact employer-provided benefits. 

Empyrean's EVOLVE 2024 brought together over 150 attendees to discuss ways that technology and communications can change how companies support and engage their workforce, create more connected cultures, and elevate benefits in the employee experience. 

"We see a direct connection between benefits and employee wellbeing and,  ultimately, organizational health," Empyrean CEO Rich Wolfe said during his opening remarks of the three-day conference. "Benefits administration is about more than plan design. It is about the holistic support of the employee experience."

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