Recruiting difficulty has continued to increase over the last five years and competition for talent is high. To attract and retain top talent, organizations must leverage their benefits package. Annually, the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) conducts is survey of U.S. employers to gather information on employee benefit programs. The findings report, which we will cover in this session, examines the prevalence of benefits over the past five years to track trends. Join us to learn more about what other employers are implementing within their benefits strategy to remain competitive in the current talent marketplace.
- Explore benefits benchmarking data for health, leave, retirement, work-life, financial, career, travel and relocation benefits
- Compare your benefits strategy with benchmark data in order to understand how you compare to your peers
- Gain insight into which benefits are trending up and which benefits are trending down
About the Speaker:
Nicole Pfeiffer is a Vice President of Employee Benefits for Cottingham & Butler. Nicole has been with Cottingham & Butler since April 2004. She offers consultative advice to business decision-makers regarding their employee benefit plans. Prior to Nicole’s role in Employee Benefits, she worked as the Vice President of Human Resources and Director of Marketing for the firm. Prior to joining Cottingham & Butler, Nicole held a Business Development role for Procter & Gamble. She is frequent speaker at state, regional and local SHRM conferences. She holds her MBA from The University of Iowa and her industry designations include SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CEBS, GBA, and CMS.