Benefits play a central role in the employee value proposition and are increasingly a factor in how employees perceive a company’s commitment to their wellbeing. Given current challenges in attracting and retaining talent, Buck's new research provides actionable insights into how to close the gap between management perceptions and employee realities.
Join us to learn:
Predictive drivers of employee retention
The benefits employees say they want to support their wellbeing priorities
How CVS Health designed an integrated wellbeing program that incorporates voluntary benefits
Creative voluntary benefit options
Benefits communication practices that can best support your employee value proposition
Susan Patterson | Susan is a Sr. Analyst on the Benefits Strategy team at CVS Health. She is responsible for overseeing the voluntary benefits programs and collaborates on many of the well-being programs that are offered to 300,000+ colleagues. She has been with CVS for seven years.
Ruth Hunt | Ruth is a Principal in Buck’s Engagement practice and a global wellbeing thought leader. She has conducted extensive employee surveys and focus group research to assess employee needs, define the business strategy, and guide program design.
Tom Kelly | Tom is a Principal in the Health practice and the Voluntary Benefits practice leader. For over 20 years Tom has helped some of the country’s largest and most respected employers design voluntary benefit programs that not only deliver business objectives, but also drive greater employee engagement.