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The Future of Benefits and Meeting Employee Needs

Partner Webinar Presented By The Hartford

In 2019, the majority of working Americans were living paycheck to paycheck and their understanding of important benefits like Life and Disability insurance was already quickly declining. Then, 2020 reared its ugly head…

Now, employee interest in bedrock employer benefits are back on the rise, but where does that leave your organization and trends to watch?

Watch this on-demand partner webinar from The Hartford for a deep-dive on how employer and employee perspectives about benefits have shifted, plus learn how to develop actionable tactics to support your employee engagement, retention and talent pipeline initiatives.

What you will learn:

How to identify and mitigate employee stress, especially for the paycheck-to-paycheck population

Which benefits trends HR and Benefits Leaders need to watch – by employee segment and  industry

How employer and employee benefit product interest has changed pre- and post-pandemic

Speakers

Cora Hall

Assistant Vice President, Group Benefits Marketing, The Hartford

Since joining The Hartford in 2017, Cora Hall has led marketing strategy for Employer Markets and Affinity Groups including serving as the go-to-market lead for the acquisition of Aetna’s Group Life and Disability businesses. Cora’s scope includes sales enablement, advertising, product and technology releases, and direct to consumer campaigns. She is an expert in privacy-forward data strategies and brings the unique perspective of understanding both individual and group products and distribution. Prior to joining The Hartford, Cora led customer marketing for MassMutual and was the enterprise digital content lead for AXA’s Life Insurance business.

John Puglisi

Regional Account Executive, Group Benefits Division, The Hartford

John Puglisi joined The Hartford organization on September 29, 1997. He holds a Master’s degree in Education and Rehabilitation Counseling from Syracuse University. He worked as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for 5 years with The Hartford in both their Property and Casualty, and Life and Disability divisions. He