April 2017 Wisdom Workplace Webinar

Benefits Balancing Act: The Age of Benefits Administration Technology

Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

Based on research from Guardian's 4th annual Workplace Benefits Study provides insight into the challenges employers face in trying to balance both short-term and long-term benefits demands.

Are employers struggling with the complexity of managing employee benefits programs? Adding to the growing complexity, companies are finding that the short-term strategies used to control costs, improve efficiency and maintain compliance have been ineffective or unsustainable. More employers recognize the need to take a different approach to their benefits strategies and are leveraging the expanding technology and expertise of external partners while focusing more on workforce well-being and productivity.

This webinar has been submitted for 1.25 re-certification credit hours from the Human Resource Certification Institute.
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Video Recording

Presenter: Scott Robb

Scott oversees the Customer Eligibility & Payment Services group plan administration for Guardian’s Group - Customer Service Delivery Team. He has over 20 years’ experience in managing Medical, Dental, and Life, Critical Illness, Accident and Prescription products. He previously served as 2nd VP at Trustmark, Worksite Process Owner at Humana, and most recently Director of Billing Systems with Guardian.

Scott holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Administration/Business from University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.

Presenter: Gene Lanzoni

Gene leads thought leadership marketing and research programs in support of Guardian’s Group & Worksite business. He has nearly 30 years’ experience in marketing and market research as well as broad experience in the financial services industry. He previously served as Vice, Global Market Research at Prudential Financial and Vice President and head of Market Research for U.S. Business at MetLife.

Gene is past Chair of the Group & Worksite Benefits Committee for the Life Insurance Marketing Research Association (LIMRA) and serves on research committees for the National Association of Dental Plans (NADP), and the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI).

Gene holds a bachelors degree in Marketing and Communications from The College of New Jersey.

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