Karlene Hall, Manager of Work/Life for S&P Global will present at the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress September 25 – 28 in Washington D.C. Karlene’s is in charge of strategy, design and implementation of all wellness and work/life initiatives at S&P. She has 10 years of experience in the industry, and previously worked at Time Warner in the Generalist, Benefits and Work-Life space.
Karelene will present with Jeff Tulloch, vice president of MetLife’s PlanSmart®, Workplace Benefits, and Business Advantage organization on the topic “Employee Financial Wellness: One Size Does Not Fit All.” For the first time, today’s workforce includes several generations that are working side-by-side. While employees’ needs are more diverse than ever before, they have one thing in common: financial stress. In fact, companies lose more than $300 billion each year due to stressed employees, and more than 70 percent of employees consider money to be their largest single source of stress.
About the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress
The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress is comprised of seven niche industry tracks: Corporate Wellness Conference, Corporate Fitness & Nutrition Conference, Voluntary Benefits Conference, Self-Funding & Workers Compensation Conference, National Healthcare Reform Conference, Global Benefits Conference and the Health Insurance Exchange Conference.
With multiple initiatives and platforms to unite the thriving employer healthcare industry, the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) is one of the largest healthcare conferences in the country. Participants and attendees will have the opportunity to take advantage of the hundreds of one-on-one networking opportunities with registrants from all of the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Conferences, providing seven times the traffic and networking for everyone attending the conferences this year.