Date & Time:
12:45 pm – 2:00 pm
The labor shortage facing companies today started before the pandemic, and it’s not going away any time soon. Employers who are winning the war for talent are laser-focused on their retention strategies, and understand that it takes more than negotiating wage-an-hour. In fact, people who change jobs typically cite wages as somewhere between #3 and #6 on the list of reasons they left. Today’s diverse workforce demands a flexible approach to work, empathetic leadership and a thoughtful approach to benefits that empowers employees with choice. This complex benefits environment necessitates creative, strategic thinking from benefits professionals who want to gain an edge.
Learning Objective 1: It’s about so much more than insurance plans – flexibility is non-negotiable.
Learning Objective 2: Putting the “humans” back in HR – accessible benefits education that meets employees where they are.
Learning Objective 3: Understanding the benefits ecosystem – the critical importance of cooperative and adaptable vendor partnerships.
A look at what’s outdated, still in vogue and newly emerging in the benefits market.
Alicia Kiser is vice president of human resources at M3 Insurance. Her role is to facilitate the workflow of M3’s human resources department, including focusing on strategic human resource initiatives, talent management and development, compensation and benefits design, and employee relations.
Who can attend?
Individuals must be registered for the 2023 Wisconsin SHRM State Conference. National SHRM members, non-SHRM members, and students are welcome!
Wisconsin Dells, WI