Hear from Cheryl Coward, Benefits Manager at Scott McRae Automotive Group, as she discusses how Gallagher streamlined and implemented a self-funding plan for their diverse workforce that reduced their overall costs and the costs to their employees.
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Hear from Sandy Michelet, Director of Human Resources at Sparkhound, as she discusses how Gallagher has helped revamp their recruiting and benefits communication strategies and why worrying about benefits is a thing of the past.
Hear from Ed Blake, CEO/CFO for Miller-Valentine Group, as he discusses how organizational growth in recent years required them to look at new options for delivering benefits to their employees and how a private exchange became part of the solution.
Hear from Regina Lock-DePass, Insurance & Benefits Supervisor for the City of Tampa, as she discusses how Gallagher helped them reduce their healthcare cost increases.
Hear from Patti Taylor, Global Benefits Director of Newell Rubbermaid, as she discusses how they have leveraged benchmarking data to build benefit programs that are competitive in the marketplace for their employees across the world.
Hear from Patti Taylor, Global Benefits Director of Newell Rubbermaid, as she discusses how they revamped their wellness program. Learn how Gallagher’s ideas contributed to a successful program and increased employee engagement.
Hear from Patti Taylor, Global Benefits Director of Newell Rubbermaid, as she discusses how Gallagher quickly helped with contract negotiations, launched the RFP for their U.S. medical plan and executed a successful new benefits program.
Hear from Theresa Medlin, Vice President, Human Resources for OB Hospitalist Group, as she discusses the challenges of attracting and retaining talent in their rapidly growing organization.
How do you determine the best global mobility assignment type for employees? Learn about global trends and cost, benefit and compliance factors to consider when looking at long- and short-term assignments. Updated January 2016.
The Federal Reserve surprised markets by lowering expectations to only two rate changes this year opposed to their original plan of four due to soft global growth and the volatility in financial markets.