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Panel Discussion: Why You Need to Rethink Your Benefits Package
June 30 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Employee benefits make-up nearly 30% of labor costs for private companies and closer to 40% for state and local government employers. Would those dollars be better spent somewhere else in your company’s employee experience? What benefits make the difference when it comes to employee satisfaction? In this interactive virtual event, get a sneak peak behind the curtain of benefits! Learn what questions to ask your broker to ensure you and your company are getting all you can from your benefits plan. Identify if you’re overpaying for benefits, and find out how other valley companies are leveraging unique and innovative benefits to attract and retain talent in their organizations.
Ian Schaeffer- Founder, and CEO, The Medicare Architects
The Medicare Architects focuses on simplifying Medicare by breaking it down into manageable parts using education and technology. Together, Ian and his team serve as a guide in successfully transitioning individuals from group plans to Medicare with unbiased carrier-agnostic transparency that puts the individual’s needs above all else.
Chad Hansen, Benefits Department Manager, INSURICA
Chad joined INSURICA in 2013. Bringing 20 years of expertise, he helps clients design and administer their benefits plans to avoid potential penalties while attracting the best and brightest employees. Chad works with companies to provide comprehensive benefits solutions that control costs, increase overall profitability, improve employee engagement and enhance company culture.
Shannon Palmer, Business Manager, West Valley Christian School
Hired in 2012, Shannon’s role includes all human resource functions of the organization as well as working hand in hand with tuition assistance organizations. Passionate about helping families find ways to afford a private school education, Shannon uses an innovative approach to benefits for her and her team, helping to manage tuition costs without compromising on the value of benefits for their educators.