August Learning Circle Session: New and Emerging Trends
Just What the Data Ordered
Featured Speakers: Jessica Raddeman and Beth Stewart, Willis Towers Watson
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Today’s employees are struggling with financial and health-related issues that impact their wellbeing and employers are taking note. Designing benefit plans to help workers manage their wellbeing and remain productive at work is a top priority for organizations. Willis Towers Watson has been examining these employee trends for nearly 20 years. In this session, we will share the latest Global Benefits Attitudes Survey results, an employee centric survey, data which is invaluable to employers. Participants will have the opportunity to explore how to translate the employee survey data into impactful changes that support their organizations’ health and wellbeing.
- Participants will learn about recent, impactful employee centric survey data.
- Participants will learn how they can maximize the value of their benefits by providing programs that better meet there employees’ needs
- Learn why employers are recognizing the need to take an integrated approach to helping employees thrive physically, achieve financial security, attain emotional balance and build strong personal connections
- Participants will leave with ideas to apply the survey data at the worksite
ABOUT JESSICA RADDEMAN:
Jessica joined Willis Towers Watson in 2017 as the Health & Wellness Director joining the Health Management team. She provides well-being and health management consulting and expertise to Willis Towers Watson clients.
Jessica provides client consultation to develop, implement and evaluate health management solutions focusing on optimum benefit integration, data analysis, strategic planning, program design, lifestyle management, and vendor choice. She believes in a total well-being approach to population health management integrating all aspects of work and life including: physical, emotional, social, financial and health care consumerism.
ABOUT BETH STEWART:
Beth joined Willis Towers Watson in 2010 as a Health Management Consultant for the Health and Benefits Practice. She supports clients by providing well-being consulting and expertise to Willis Towers Watson clients.
Beth provides consulting to internal staff and clients regarding the design, implementation and evaluation of worksite well-being programs. She provides guidance regarding incentive program design, strategy and implementation as it pertains to employee benefits and benefit plan design. She assists clients with data analysis, business planning, vendor selection and helps with internal professional development in areas related to worksite well-being. She has spent significant time as a presenter on a variety of well-being topics.
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