Wednesday, October 19, 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT
Employers are offering voluntary products to employees as a way to improve their financial safety net. Yet voluntary offerings require a commitment to employee education and an environment for them to learn. Join Sun Life and UBA for a live webinar to learn what employers say about the ideal enrollment experience, and how having a benefits communications strategy can ensure employees have the information they need to make their purchase decision, while relieving you of some of the HR burden.
The growing interest in voluntary solutions
Employers offer voluntary products to employees as a way to improve their financial safety net.
Employees are looking for voluntary solutions and expect employers to provide access.
Identifying benefits communications needs
Voluntary requires a commitment to employee education and an environment for them to learn.
Understanding the needs of the group will help to ensure that employees are engaged in the enrollment season.
Creating a benefits communication strategy
Effective benefits communications relieves some of the HR burden and ensures employees have the information they need to make a decision.
Your UBA broker can work with you to design a benefits communication strategy that will make this year’s open enrollment a success.
Kevin has 30 years of management, consulting and sales experience in the employee benefits/risk management fields. For the last 21 years, Kevin has specialized in the Benefits Communications and Voluntary Worksite arena in producer and carrier roles. Kevin has extensive knowledge of employee benefit enrollment/administration systems and methodologies, as well as Voluntary Benefit plan design and integration with Core Benefit plans. Past experience includes successful start-ups of both an enrollment firm and a new carrier Accident & Health division, including all facets of sales quoting, enrollment platforms and administrative support. Currently a member of both the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists and the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, Kevin has also earned the Group Benefits Associate (GBA) designation. He is also a member of the National Association of Health Underwriters (past Arizona chapter Vice President). Kevin is a competitive indoor rower, and a past Taekwondo instructor. He and his wife enjoy travel, art festivals, and their two cats.