What It's About
The workplace as we once knew it is permanently altered. HR teams are going to have to prepare for a fully digital open enrollment experience this year - no in-person meetings, no paper and no face-to-face enrollers. Without the ability to provide benefits consultations and education in the format they traditionally relied on, employers need mobile-friendly self-service benefits shopping, communication and enrollment technology to ensure that employees have the information they need to make educated decisions.
Join us for a free HRCI- and SHRM-approved webinar with Justin Peter from 4mybenefits and Tad Dorroh from BKCW in which we’ll discuss how employers can prepare for online open enrollment this year. We’ll go over strategies to ease the transition into a virtual world for organizations of all sizes and discuss creative ideas for connecting with employees. You’ll learn tips and best practices for clear, effective employee communication, which is now central to open enrollment success, and examine the ways in which companies are revisiting their plan design and benefits offerings.
What You'll Learn
Get a broker’s perspective on the rapidly evolving digital transformation that’s taking over the employee benefits industry
Hear real-life examples of how their clients are adapting to the virtual workplace and creative strategies that have worked for companies of all sizes
Discuss how the role of employee communications has shifted and how HR teams can adjust accordingly
Discover how some employers are altering their plan designs and what benefits may be prioritized over others this year
About Our Speakers
Employee Benefits Advisor
As an advisor, Tad Dorroh helps clients overcome daily hurdles in the ever changing world of employee benefits. Tad came to the humbling realization of the truth behind lifestyle changes, illness, and disability when he worked with special needs children and their families. As a result, Tad uses that understanding and experience in his career as he manages and services employee benefits at BKCW. Tad works with many Community Action Agencies, Community Service, and other quasi federally- municipally funded entities and understands the uniqueness that these budgets present. Tad has a Business degree from Concordia University, is a Licensed Life and Health Agent and has obtained a Life and Health Counselor License.
Vice President, Marketing
Justin is a Vice President and Co-Owner at 4myBenefits, responsible for strategic development, growth, and marketing. Prior to helping establish 4myBenefits, Justin supported technology for employee benefit consultants in Cincinnati and through MDRT. Through his 20 years of industry knowledge, Justin has helped grow 4myBenefits into a leading benefits administration provider, working with hundreds of benefit consultants throughout the country. Today 4myBenefits provides benefits technology services to over 400 hundred organizations and administers over $2 billion in annual benefit premiums. Justin has a bachelors in Science from the University of Illinois.