On Demand Webinar: Employee Benefits on a Budget
How to get more bang for your benefits buck
After a year that was turned upside down by the pandemic, employees are experiencing burnout and high levels of stress and are putting off preventative care. As they look to their employer more than ever before for mental health support and feeling valued, how is your organization responding? In this session, we will present practical, low cost, employee health and wellbeing tactics that will support your highly valued employees and mitigate the “turnover tsunami” that is expected later this year.
*This webinar was originally presented on August 4, 2021.
- Employer insights and key findings from 2021 benefit and wellness employee surveys.
- How to leverage resources and programs to expand health resources with minimal or no additional employer cost.
- Employee health and wellness communication strategies and how to obtain employee buy-in.
- Additional employee benefit programs and protections that are low cost but high impact.
Andy Ahlberg | Benefits Consultant | Dyste Williams
Andy leads Dyste Williams’ Employee Benefits Consulting Practice, providing employee benefits, health management and employee engagement strategies to more than 250 small to mid-size organizations. With more than 20 years of healthcare industry experience, Andy leverages his extensive knowledgeable of small group marketing segments, distribution, benefit compliance, underwriting and enrollment to help organizations understand the implications and cost of various plan designs.
Stacy Meehan | Account Manager | Dyste Williams
Stacy Meehan provides employee benefits, health management and employee engagement client services to small to mid-size organizations. Stacy leverages more than 20 years of employee benefit insurance knowledge and benefits administration experience to deliver innovative and customized solutions to her clients. She also manages carrier relationships and administers employee enrollment and benefits administration solutions.
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