News By Tag
News By Place
Follow on Google News
Joan Lunden & American Benefits Council President to Keynote Health & Benefits Leadership Conference
Former Good Morning America co-host Lunden will discuss her experience with caregiving support in the workplace while American Benefits Council President James Klein will detail what's at stake for employer-plan sponsors and benefits professionals.
By: LRP Media Group
In Lunden's Opening Keynote, The Caregiving Crisis: Why Company Leaders Should Step Up, on May 11 at 11 a.m. ET, attendees will learn how HR and company leaders can no longer afford to ignore the emotional, physical, and financial challenges that employees face while caring for loved ones, challenges that have been exacerbated since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic due to school closures and eldercare access issues.
Washington insider Klein will discuss what changes can be expected in healthcare and benefits policy under the new Biden administration including policy positions on retirement, paid leave and COVID-19 during the conference's closing keynote, What to Know About Benefits Policy in 2021, on May 13 at 2 p.m. ET.
"Smart organizations have turned to programs and benefits offerings as their No. 1 COVID-19 response in an effort to help employees during the most stressful time of their lives," says Kathryn Mayer, HBLC Conference Chair and Senior Benefits Editor of Human Resource Executive®. "Our conference sessions, including Joan Lunden's opening keynote on addressing the caregiving crisis and Jim Klein's closing keynote on benefits policy, will offer employers the insights and approaches they need to succeed during this unprecedented time."
HBLC will feature four other keynote presentations:
To register for free visit www.BenefitsConf.com.
LRP Media Group