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Keeping Up with Communications
The global pandemic and accompanying uncertainty have changed expectations for how, when, and where people receive information from their employer. And those communications have a direct impact on the confidence individuals have in their employer and their perceptions about the company’s priorities and values.

That has tremendous long-term implications for all functions within HR, who are navigating change at the same time. In this webinar, you’ll learn what smart organizations are doing to help their people through these challenging times. Topics include:

- Understanding your people’s mindset
- Meeting new expectations around the frequency, transparency, and tenor of communications
- Putting well-being front and center
- Using smart technology to support efforts

Jan 28, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jennifer Benz
SVP Communications Leader @Segal Benz
Jennifer Benz leads Segal Benz, a consulting firm that helps organizations engage their people and drive business results through effective benefits communication. The firm’s work spans all areas of benefits and HR and blends the best practices of consumer marketing, design, and behavioral science. Segal Benz serves a broad group of organizations, including many Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For and other respected corporations, prestigious universities and colleges, large public employers, and multiemployer benefit funds. As an influential voice in the employee benefits industry, Jen is widely quoted in publications, including The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Employee Benefit News, Human Resource Executive, HR Magazine, and Workforce.
Megan Yost
VP Engagement Strategist @Segal Benz
A recognized thought leader in benefits communications, particularly in the areas of retirement, financial wellness, and employee engagement, Megan has led award-winning campaigns with some of the country’s biggest employers to improve and increase employees’ interactions with their benefits. She speaks frequently at industry conferences and with policymakers on Capitol Hill and has testified twice before the ERISA Advisory Council to the Department of Labor. Megan’s been quoted in dozens of articles in both U.S. and European media outlets, and she serves as a judge of the Pension & Investment Eddy Awards. Prior to joining Segal Benz, Megan spent 10 years at State Street Global Advisors, where she was Head of DC Experience. In this role she was responsible for global thought leadership, as well as client and participant engagement for their Defined Contribution Team.