Employee Benefits Seminar | Golden Valley, MN
Event Date: July 28, 2022
Date | Thursday, July 28, 2022
Time | 12:30 PM – 5:00 PM (Registration from 12:30PM-1:00PM and optional happy hour from 4PM-5PM)
Location | Brookview Golden Valley | 316 Brookview Parkway S | Golden Valley, MN 55426
There are many challenges facing the HR world today. Join us in person at Brookview Golden Valley on Thursday, July 28th to dive deeper into the topics of employee engagement, value of non-medical benefits, and to learn some techniques to arm your team. Shelonda Darling from Magnet Culture will be keynoting on how to slow the revolving door, more effectively manage the impending shorter term workforce, and maximize the time you have with each employee. Take the afternoon to learn a few new strategies while enjoying some hors d’oeuvres and beverages – on us!
12:30 PM | Welcome and Registration
1:00 PM | Leveraging Non-Medical Benefit Programs
Presented by Jason Edwards, Manager, Voluntary Benefits, Cottingham & Butler and Krista Sigman, Assistance Vice President, Benefits, Cottingham & Butler
Often times, these benefits can be easily overlooked, but they have the opportunity to provide a robust offering to employees, especially when they need it most. Employers everywhere are looking for ways to enhance their overall Employee Benefits program, while not breaking the budget, these benefits can be just the solution. We will share the awareness these benefits programs can have and the benefits they provide with regard to recruiting and retention.
2:00 PM | Follow the Leaders: What High Performing Employers Are Doing to Curb Costs & Boost Employee Value
Presented by Taylor Orton, Vice President, Benefits – Cottingham & Butler
In an old social science theory known as the “Diffusion of Innovation Theory”, there are five types of adopters in the world of innovation, including: Innovators, Early Adopters, Early Majority, Late Majority, and Laggards. While there are the five categories, the distribution in each is not equivalent, as only about 16% of organizations are truly considered Innovators (2.5%) or Early Adopters (13.5%). This 16% is often known as the market leader in their respective field, as most competitors often lag behind adoption and copy ideas well after they are proven a success. While it is understandable that not every organization has the risk tolerance levels required to be a true innovator, finding ways to expedite that knowledge transfer is imperative for the remaining 84% of employers to have any competitive advantage in the market. In this session, participants will learn about the leading edge strategies being used by innovative employers to have a competitive edge in the Great Resignation.
3:00 PM | Staying Power: How to Keep Employees Longer
Presented by Shelonda Darling, Magnet Culture
While some of today’s workforce is made up of deep-rooted, dependable staff, a larger number of positions are now a revolving door of employee turnover. Workforce thought leaders from Magnet Culture will share insight on why staffing is so challenging today and additional ways to gain greater staffing stability. Learn how to slow the revolving door, more effectively manage the impending shorter-term workforce, and maximize the time you have with each employee.
4:00 PM | Optional Hors D’oeuvres and Happy Hour
This event is SHRM and HRCI approved for three hours of credit.
If you have any questions please reach out to Grace Weimerskirch at email@example.com.