The Age of Benefits Administration Technology

Based on research from Guardian’s Fourth Annual Workplace Benefits Study, this webinar provides insight into the challenges employers face in trying to balance both short-term and long-term benefits demands. Are employers struggling with the complexity of managing employee benefits programs? Adding to the growing complexity, companies are finding that the short-term strategies used to control costs, improve efficiency, and maintain compliance have been ineffective or unsustainable. More employers recognize the need to take a different approach to their benefits strategies and are leveraging the expanding technology and expertise of external partners while focusing more on workforce well-being and productivity.

To help HR professionals and business owners better balance short-term and long-term benefits demands, United Benefit Advisors (UBA), in conjunction with Guardian, will host a webinar—“Benefits Balancing Act: The Age of Benefits Administration Technology”—on Wednesday, April 19, at 2:00 p.m. EDT. To receive complimentary access to the webinar, enter code GRdianApr19UBA at registration. This webinar has been submitted for 1.25 re-certification credit hours from the Human Resource Certification Institute.

Scott Robb, Assistant Vice President, Customer Eligibility & Payment Services at Guardian, says, “Employers are juggling many priorities these days. Smarter use of technology to improve benefits administration efficiency and compliance is simply a must for many firms. Our industry is beginning to leverage new technology like never before, and it can make a huge difference for small and medium-size firms.”

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Scott Robb, Assistant Vice President, Customer Eligibility & Payment Services at Guardian

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