Presented By: Nicole Pfeiffer
In the world of employee benefits and human resources, your company is dealing with ongoing rising health care costs, an increasingly competitive job market, technological breakthroughs, constant compliance burdens, and ever changing workforce demographics. Employee benefits continue to be at the forefront of politics and business strategies. Face it, there’s a lot going on. It’s important for your own credibility that you stay on top of everything that is happening in this space.
This presentation offers an overview of the top benefit trends of 2016 that your organization should know in order to best serve your workforce and achieve your organizational goals. The presentation will share ideas to help you enhance your consumerism strategy. You’ll learn about technology’s more prevalent role in benefits with telemedicine and cost transparency tools. We’ll even help you manage through the hurricane of compliance changes. Join benefits and HR expert Nicole Pfeiffer to learn the top trends in benefits to move your business forward.
Learning objectives for this session include:
- Learning the top benefit trends for 2016 that you should be monitoring to protect the financial wellbeing of your health plan, remaining compliant, enhancing HR efficiency and improving employee satisfaction.
- Finding out what percentage of other employers are implementing or planning to implement these benefit trends.
- Coming away with strategies you can execute in order to support your employee benefits and organizational goals.
Nicole Pfeiffer, SPHR, SPHR- SCP, GBA, CMS, is a Vice President of Employee Benefits for Cottingham & Butler. Nicole has been with Cottingham & Butler since April 2004. Nicole 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 worked for Procter & Gamble in a Business Development role. She holds her Masters in Business Administration, Bachelors of Mathematics, and Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Iowa.