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What’s Next in Benefits Communication?
Many of us can remember when SPDs were a primary communication vehicle for employee benefits. We certainly have come a long way since then. In the last 10 years, we’ve seen a wealth of new consumer-focused technologies and sophisticated tactics that have changed the way we communicate with employees. But where are we going next? This webinar is an encore session of Jen’s presentation from the HR Executive Health & Benefits Leadership Conference. In it, we’ll discuss what’s working well today to engage employees and drive action, and then look at what’s ahead, including:
• The top trends coming out of Silicon Valley today
• How personalized and targeted communication will improve to drive better outcomes
• The role of emerging technology—virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and more

Find out about industry predictions and scenarios for where we're going—and how to plan now so you can stay ahead of the curve.

Apr 24, 2020 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
With nearly 10 years of experience in financial services, Megan has worked with some of the country’s biggest employers to build a better employee experience with retirement benefits and increase employees’ interaction with them. She is a recipient of a P&I Eddy award, a frequent speaker at industry conferences, and is often quoted in news outlets such as The Boston Globe, CNBC, PlanSponsor, Investment News, and The Huffington Post. In addition, she regularly shares her insights with policy makers, including the Department of Labor’s ERISA Advisory Council. Megan previously was the vice president and head of DC Experience for State Street Global Advisors’ Defined Contribution Team. In that role, she was responsible for global thought leadership and client and participant engagement. She holds an MBA from Boston University and a Bachelor’s in English from Colby College.