Past Attendee Testimonials

As CFO of Veritext, managing the employee and financial aspect of health and wellness benefits increases in importance every day. I’ve been attending BFE for 5 years now and I am amazed at how much I learn each time I attend.

The ability to network with peers facing the same challenges, as well as to meet industry experts is critical in staying ahead of the curve in this ever changing and important facet of our business."
   —Rich Antoneck, CFO,
       Veritext Deposition &
       Litigation Services

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Monday, September 10, 2012

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Track: Employee Engagement View Track


Moderator: Ronald Leopold, MD, MBA, MPH, Employee Benefits. Health and Productivity. Thought Leadership, WWW.RONLEOPOLD.COM
Erin Barfels, Chief Human Resources Officer, ARAG
Panelist: Steve Bygott, Director, Marketing Programs and Research, COLONIAL LIFE
Panelist: Edwin (Ed) Redfern, Project Manager, AARP

Within the next few years, Generation Y will account for nearly half of all employees worldwide -- a major demographic shift that will affect all  workplaces and benefits programs.The ability to recruit and retain younger workers is quickly becoming essential for employers to ensure long-term business success, especially as Baby Boomers begin to retire in increasing numbers. But Gen Y has different needs, expectations and preferences than previous generations, so companies need to take a different approach when it comes to designing and communicating their benefits packages.

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