Silver Meeting Sponsor
The Importance of Including Medical Benefits
in your DEI Strategy
Registration Fee: $25
Deadline: September 29
Workplaces are dynamic and benefit plans are being built to reflect the uniqueness of all employees. Our engaging presentation will highlight innovative ways employers are excelling in their DEI goals through their benefit offerings. This session will explore the impact of offering Total Rewards to support recruitment and retention of a diverse workplace.
Employees are seeking a workplace that values their unique needs and supports them through Total Reward offerings. If your organization has been impacted by The Great Resignation, this is for you.
- Gain an understanding of the importance of employees having access to offered benefits
- Explore the connection between the use of an offered benefit and various diversity dimensions
- Discuss how to leverage information about benefits utilization to strengthen your DEI strategy
Benefits Consultant, USI
Jamie Rohrer is a Benefits Consultant located in USI's Greenville, South Carolina office. Jamie is a proven advisor and business development executive with experience in employee benefits, compliance, HR, and benefits administration technology. Prior to joining USI, he worked with a large national broker as an employee benefits consultant, working on both fully insured and partially self-insured accounts.
Jamie helps employers develop and execute long term strategies for their benefits programs that help them control costs, taking into consideration their employee population, company culture, benefits philosophy and organizational goals.
Jamie serves on the SHRM board of directors for the Spartanburg Human Resources Association. He also help organize HR HotSeat to give HR a sounding board to discuss real time issues and solutions.
Originally from the small town of "Mars" north of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Jamie now lives in Greenville with his wife Heather and his two young children with his oldest attending Kent State University.
HR Certification Credit: GSHRM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities. This program is pending for 1 hour of SHRM re-certification credit and 1 hour of HRCI General re-certification credit. Certificates will be emailed to those in attendance after the meeting along with a Feedback Survey.
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