Work Redefined: A New Age of Benefits
Wednesday September 27, 2017 at 12:00 pm ET (9 am PT)
What It's About
Get insights from MetLife’s 15th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study, which focuses on the rapidly changing workforce. Macro trends in the market are becoming more relevant to employee benefits. New ways of working, increased diversity, and the impact of Millennials in the workplace are fundamentally changing companies and their employees. Employees want their benefits to reflect their changing lives. Employers who adapt their benefits strategies to address employee needs are better positioned to succeed in meeting their benefit objectives with a more satisfied, productive and loyal workforce.
Vincent Branchesi from the Group Benefits Center of Excellence at MetLife will provide new and compelling insights to help you better navigate today’s changing benefits landscape, think differently about how to engage an increasingly diverse workforce, and adapt the right benefit strategies that meet employee needs and business goals.
What You’ll Learn
New benefit trends on the rapidly changing workforce
How to think differently about the diverse workforce
Adapt new benefit strategies to meet employees needs and your business goals
About Our Speaker
Vincent Branchesi is a national director in the Group Benefits Center of Excellence at MetLife. In this role, Branchesi has responsibility for managing strategic relationships with industry associations, ensuring MetLife’s participation in key research events while identifying industry and market trends. He also has oversight on strategy development of competitive intelligence applications and technology for tactical and strategic business decisions in the Group Benefits Center of Excellence.
Prior to his current role, he was part of the product strategy team that helped MetLife grow its Accident & Health business while improving customized plan design ability. He has also overseen focused marketing efforts for some of the largest brokerage and consulting firms in the United States.