Looking Back on 2022: A Year in Review

During the pandemic, we’ve learned how important it is to stay connected with each other. Our NEBGH community is stronger than ever and we continue to build it – for the benefit of employees, family members, friends and fellow citizens.

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"NEBGH is one stop shopping for staff education and training, with no travel required! And the relationships I've built with other members outweigh the price of membership."
Shari Goldfarb, Deutsche Bank

Upcoming Events

December 5
NEBGH Members only, Webinar NEBGH Medical Director’s Bi-Weekly Monday COVID-19 Update

Here’s a fast and easy way to understand what the newest info on the pandemic means for you and your employees.

From infection risk and safety measures to the outlook for vaccines and treatments, NEBGH’s medical director breaks it all down for you.

Every other Monday at 1 PM – it’s appointment viewing!

December 6
Tribute to Leadership 28th Annual Tribute to Leadership
The Tribute to Leadership Awards were established in 1995 to publicly recognize extraordinary service, leadership, and commitment in creating a healthy work force and improving the healthcare system.
  • Chris Kim, Global Head of Employee Experience, Benefits & Wellness, KKR - Outstanding Leadership in Workplace Health
  • Shelley Sinclair, Associate Director, Total Rewards – Health Benefits Strategy, EY - Distinguished Service to NEBGH
  • Russell Glass, CEO, Headspace Health - Outstanding Leadership in Behavioral Health
  • Louis A. Shapiro, President & CEO, Hospital for Special Surgery - Leon J. Warshaw Leadership in Healthcare
  • Mark Lutes, Chair, Board of Directors/Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker & Green - Outstanding Leadership in Business: Epstein Becker & Green

December 8
NEBGH Members only, Webinar The State of Women’s Mental Health

Women in the workforce are facing unprecedented challenges to their mental wellness – juggling job pressures while pursuing parenthood, managing childcare, and grappling with changing policy around reproductive care all take a toll on employees' physical and mental health.

Your benefits and employee investments must respond to both individual needs and the challenges created by the world we live in.

Do your programs do enough to help women thrive – and not just survive?

Featured Event

NEBGH’s Latest Guide

Creating a Vaccination-Friendly Culture: What Employers Can Do

This guide outlines steps employers can take to support employees and their families in getting vaccinated, promoting vaccines, communicating the importance of vaccination as essential to good health and well-being, and increasing vaccination rates in employee populations and beyond.

Find out more in NEBGH’s just-released guide Creating a Vaccination-Friendly Culture: What Employers Can Do.