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10 Things You Should Know Before Selecting Your Benefits Technology Partner
What It’s About
Benefits are big expense for most people. For the average employee, they are are his/her second largest annual expense, but many of them only spend 20 minutes on their annual benefits enrollment. Without the right tools, enough transparency, and stronger engagement when it comes to choosing a health plan, employees could run into big problems when they discover too late that they don’t have the coverage they need.
This lack of understanding creates a dire need for benefits technology that will simplify, educate, and integrate, while having enough substance on the back end to be able to support the complexities of online enrollment. But how to choose the right one? Join this free webinar to learn what the most important aspects of a ben admin solution are and how you can help your employees take control over their benefits.
What You’ll Learn
What’s more important—usability for the employee or the administrator?
Should you select HCM technology for depth or breadth?
How much ROI can I expect from automating benefits administration?
About Our Speakers
Scott is the Managing Principal of MillsonJames, an HR Tech advisory firm, which he founded in 2010. Scott has deep expertise in the areas of HR technology, HR administration, and benefits management. Over his 25+ year career, he has worked with clients of all sizes and across all industries, most notably Citigroup, Verizon Wireless, Gannett, and Alcoa. Scott is a frequent speaker on HR Technology and has been published in the Florida Society of Human Resource Management magazine. Scott earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida and is a veteran in the United States Navy.
Nancy is the Chief Marketing Officer at PlanSource, and she’s held executive leadership positions with high-growth software companies in HR tech for more than 15 years. Prior to joining PlanSource, Nancy served on the senior leadership teams at Benefitfocus and PeopleMatter, leading product strategy and management, marketing, and design. Nancy has also managed HR during her career, so she can relate directly to HR leaders and the challenges that they face attracting and motivating the right talent. Nancy earned her MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and her Bachelor of Science degree from Grove City College.