07 Feb ClearPath Benefit Advisors Hosts HR Webinar Exploring the Best Practices of Top-Rated Benefit Plans
Source: United Benefit Advisors
Webinar reviews how winning companies manage their benefit plans
Indianapolis, IN, February 6, 2013 – In a time when health care costs are at an all-time high, it’s essential to maximize employee benefit investments. ClearPath Benefit Advisors, in conjunction with The Principal Financial Group, is hosting an HR webinar that will explore top-rated benefit plans, called Making the Right Investment in Benefits: How the Winning Companies Do It.
Normally offered to non-clients for a fee, the event is now available complimentary to all employers and HR professionals and will give inside access to the winners of The Principal® 10 Best Companies that are leading the way in maximizing the return on investment (ROI) of benefits.
“I can’t stress enough how critical it is for employers to learn how to effectively implement a strategic, well-rounded benefits program, given the weighty impact that these programs can have on an organization’s bottom line,” said Thomas Mangan, CEO of United Benefit Advisors. “Whether you are a small or midsize employer — or employ tens of thousands — these companies provide an easy-to-implement template for success when it comes to impacting performance and productivity.”
The Making the Right Investment in Benefits: How the Winning Companies Do It webinar will take place Feb. 19 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT. To receive the $149 discount for this webinar, enter the code UBARIB when registering. Participants will learn:
- The ROI of benefits
- Best designs for retirement, wellness and voluntary benefits
- Top communication practices
- How to evaluate benefit effectiveness
- How your plans stack up against the 10 Best
About Jerry Ripperger, Director of Consulting for Retirement and Investor Services
Jerry has 25 years of experience developing and implementing employee benefit programs for owners and employees of growing businesses. Ripperger has also consulted on consumer-driven health care, including savings accounts (HSAs), health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) and wellness programs.