On Jan. 1, we entered a landmark political year. With a presidential election, as well as ballot measures impacting healthcare and the workplace, Americans are in for a whirlwind year.
But what can HR leaders expect from the national political discussions as they make their way from a ballot to the office? Join HRE on Wednesday, Jan. 29 for a Twitter chat with the American Benefits Council on regulatory and legislative changes impacting employee benefit plans employers should keep on their radar.
The chat will be in advance of ABC President Jim Klein’s keynote address at HRE’s Health & Benefits Leadership Conference in April. Klein’s session, “What to Know About Benefits Policy in a Presidential Election Year,” will address what’s at stake for employer plan sponsors and benefits professionals in the run-up to the election and in the resulting political landscape.
Follow along in the conversation with us on Twitter using the hashtag #HBLChat and share your knowledge and insights with the benefits and HR community.
Klein’s keynote is one of several highlights of the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference, held
April 15-17 at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Overall, the event will spotlight some of the hottest trends and issues facing HR and benefits professionals.
Other main-stage events will include award-winning journalist and health and wellness advocate Joan Lunden, headlining the conference’s keynote, speaking about the importance of health and wellness and caregiving support in the workplace; as well as a panel on how part-time and gig workers are influencing employers’ benefits packages.
The conference will feature eight new and reimagined tracks—all aimed at addressing some of the biggest challenges facing HR and benefits leaders. They include:
- Hot benefits to attract and retain talent
- Rethinking healthcare in changing times
- Keeping employees engaged
- Helping employees boost financial health
- Improving employees’ overall wellbeing
- Being a better benefits leader
- Staying compliant
- Tech solutions that work