The Future of Employee Benefits: A Shifting Landscape in the Wake of Healthcare Reform
|Date:||April 21, 2011, 7:30am – 9:15am|
South Puget Sound Chapter of SHRM
3707 Ruston Way, Tacoma - C.I Shenanigans
SHRM Mbr $20.00 / Non-Mbr $25 - Reg/Pay @ Door: $25/$30
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Sally Crum Wineman, Esq., Western Region Area Counsel for Gallagher Benefit Services (GBS) & Thea Fautenberry, Employee Benefits Consultant, Gallagher Benefit Services (GBS)
The Future of Employee Benefits: A Shifting Landscape in the Wake of Healthcare Reform : In a national survey by Human Resource Executive®, 58% of respondents said that healthcare reform would have an extreme or significant impact on their organization, and 44% said that the majority of their time currently was taken up with benefits issues. Despite the recent political shifts, the anticipated impact of the new laws may reach far deeper than any previous legislative actions. It will cause organizations to reassess all aspects of their total rewards and talent management strategies, which are closely linked with benefits. This session will go beyond reviewing the healthcare reform laws and focus on the areas of strategic and financial impact to employers in the near and long term.
Sally Crum Wineman, Esq. is the Western Region Area Counsel for Gallagher Benefit Services. Throughout her 19-year tenure in the employee benefits industry, Sally has specialized in developing effective strategies for organizational compliance with rules and regulations impacting employee benefits. A graduate of the University of Montana and the University of Michigan School of Law, Sally has earned acclaim as a speaker and educator in the local business community, teaching numerous training seminars and workshops every year on various topics in benefits compliance.
Thea Fautenberry is an employee benefits client consultant with Gallagher Benefit Services. Developed during her 25-year tenure in the employee benefits and HR industry, Thea’s areas of expertise include strategic planning, outsourcing strategies, benefit communications and advising employers how to maximize the benefits they offer. She graduated from Seattle University’s Executive Leadership Program and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology/public policy from Washington State University. Thea has earned her Washington State Life and Disability/Health License, is a member of the Employee Benefits Planning Association, and is an active member of SHRM.
Please join us for this Thursday, April 21, 2011 program offering. We are here to serve you and to ensure that you are informed on current ttrends and legislation.
Sincerely, Kimberly A. O'Neil, SPHR, SHRP