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NEXT OPEN LUNCHEON MEETING
JANUARY 18TH, 2018 AT 11:30AM


Learning from Best in Class Employers 
Using Benchmarking Data Analytics to Attract and Retain Talent
by Nicole Negvesky


A key element of maintaining competitiveness as an employer in talent markets and effectively managing human capital investment is knowing what other employers are doing with their rewards. The Gallagher annual Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking Survey is the largest in the US. In this session, we will bring you the latest 2019 benchmarking information and go way beyond data like deductibles and coinsurance to discuss the reports’ strategic insights, employers’ operational priorities, total rewards strategies and tactics for cost control. Just a few of our discussion points include: benchmarking data from over 4,000 employers across all industries, data on employer tactics for cost control, communication, engagement and technology. We will also explore the strategies used by our Best In Class employers - those employers who report lower turnover, a more engaged population as well as those who have managed their healthcare costs significantly better than their peers.

Tiburon Golf Club
2620 Tiburon Dr.
Naples, FL 34109

Non-members: $25

Members: Luncheons are included with membership dues.

Seating is Limited - Click RSVP to email Cindy LeRoy a reservation request.

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