How to Integrate Health and Wealth Webinar-reg-page_final

Thursday, December 6, 2018
11 a.m. Pacific Time 

It’s no secret that engaged employees make for a happier workforce. And with the national unemployment rate at an all-time low, attracting and retaining top talent has become increasingly competitive. To stand out, many leading employers are turning to benefits communications to help differentiate themselves from competitors—and to convey the full value of their benefits to employees.

Take it from Lenovo, a global technology company with more than 4,000 U.S. employees. Lenovo has become a destination employer by fostering a healthy, engaged, and creative workforce through its holistic focus on well-being.

In this free webinar, Lenovo Senior Benefits Manager Karen Adams joins Benz Communications Engagement Strategist Megan Yost to discuss Lenovo’s approach to boosting employee engagement with benefits and its strategy for integrating diverse topics across health and wealth. You’ll learn how to:

  • Connect your brand to your benefits communications and your employer value proposition
  • Create communications that resonate with employees by focusing on needs instead of programs
  • Leverage events, communications, and onsite resources to make it easy and convenient for employees to take full advantage of your benefits

Megan Yost is a recognized thought leader on retirement, financial wellness, and employee engagement. She has worked with some of the country’s largest employers to build better employee experiences with retirement benefits and to increase employees’ interactions with them. Before joining Benz, Megan was the vice president and head of DC Experience at State Street Global Advisors.

In her role as Senior Benefits Manager for Lenovo, Karen Adams oversees the selection, implementation, effective usage, and promotion of all benefits programs available to U.S. employees. An eight-year veteran of Lenovo, Karen enjoys the fast pace of work in high tech as well as the company’s spirit of innovation, which she applies to her benefits work. Karen was instrumental in launching Lenovo’s wellness center and is currently responsible for its growth.