Featured Event

Family-Friendly Benefits and Women’s Health

This educational program qualifies for up to 3.5 hours of CEBS Compliance credit. Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information and to self-report credits.

When it comes to attracting and retaining top-quality talent, a family-friendly environment is essential.  And when women are struggling with health issues that affect their morale and productivity, they can’t be told “it’s all in your head.”

Hear employers talk about which family-friendly solutions they’ve implemented and why – and what impact they’ve had.

Then learn why endometriosis, migraine and post-partum depression are often overlooked as serious health issues despite their toll on women’s health. The good news?  There are new treatments that work!

Finally, get expert guidance on the complex array of legal and compliance issues surrounding family issues like parental and caregiver leave, adoption, egg freezing and more.

The morning kicks off with a keynote on “The New Millennial Family” that you won’t want to miss!

When
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
8:00 am - 12:15 pm
Where
Steelcase WorkLife Center
4 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
Who Can Attend
Open to ALL
January 30
Conference

Improving Access to Mental Health Services: New Employer Solutions

Access to services for employees needing mental health and substance misuse help is a problem - we all know it. 

So what can you do?

Hear what innovative employers are putting in place to create better access - and how top experts are approaching the issue.

When
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Where
Kimmel Pavilion
424 East 34th Street (at First Avenue)
New York, NY 10016
Who Can Attend
Open to ALL
April 10
Breakfast Event

Communicating the Value of Employee Health Benefits

Are you tasked with developing a benefits package that helps attract and retain high-performing talent?

Then don’t undermine it with a lackluster communications strategy!

Employers can develop the most robust and brilliant benefits package but if it isn’t communicated effectively, your workforce won’t understand the value and embrace it as they should.

Join your peers in a discussion about what they’re currently doing, and see if some out-of-box thinking can boost your communications strategy!

 

NEBGH Employer Members (Complimentary)/Nonmember Employers ($100)

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All Other Members ($50)/ Nonmembers ($100)

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Agenda:

7:45 AM Employer-only Roundtable
9:00 AM Arrival & Breakfast: General Audience
9:30 AM Welcome & Introductions
9:45 AM Panel Discussion:

  • Marco Diaz, Senior Vice President, Global Head of Benefits, News Corp
  • Michelle Martin, Vice President, Employee Engagement, CBS Corporation
  • Arnie Joseph, Founder and CEO, Chroma Health Solutions
  • Moderator: Nina Boone, Regional Growth Leader, Managing Director, Chair of US Diversity and Inclusion Board, Aon Risk Solutions/Aon Hewitt, Risk & HR Benefits Consulting
11:00 AM Adjourn
OPEN TO ALL
When
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
7:45 am - 11:00 am
Where
Steelcase WorkLife Center
4 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
March 26
Webinar

Supporting Employees with Cancer: The Cancer Care Huddle

Cancer is a complex illness. Employers often involve multiple vendors in their efforts to support employees and family members diagnosed with cancer, but lack of coordination among health plans, care navigators, 2nd opinion services, EAP, disability vendors and others can result in sub-optimal care as well as unnecessary stress and confusion for everyone involved.

Hear how one employer – Pfizer – is implementing a new employee-centric model of cancer care called The Cancer Care Huddle. And learn what other employers can do to develop a similar approach!

OPEN TO ALL
When
Monday, March 26, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Where
Webinar (Link available following registration)
Who Can Attend
All
March 23
Breakfast Event

Genomic Medicine & Employers: Separating the Hope from the Hype

The field of genomics is exploding with opportunity. So where’s the value for employers when it comes to new diagnostic tests and treatments in areas like cancer, reproduction and mental health?

At this employer-focused session we’ll demystify the field of genomic medicine, including popular services like Ancestry and 23andMe, and:

  • Identify the most promising genomics opportunities in cancer, prenatal testing and mental health
  • Provide practical guidance on benefits coverage and employee communications

Hear from panelists including oncologists and innovators!

OPEN TO NEBGH EMPLOYER MEMBERS
When
Friday, March 23, 2018
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Where
Harvard Clubb of New York City
35 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Who Can Attend
NEBGH Employer Members
March 14
Breakfast Event

Supporting Employees’ Financial Well-being

Financial instability takes a huge toll on employee health and well-being and in fact, individuals with financial problems are three times more likely to develop a mental illness.

With one-third of millennials in financial stress and 44% of adults not able to cover a $400 emergency expense, a growing number of employers are providing programs and services to help employees make wise choices about personal finance options.

  • What kinds of programs should employers consider, and do employers who offer them see increases in engagement and productivity?
  • How can employers help employees make the connection between physical and financial health?

 

NEBGH Employer Members (Complimentary)/Nonmember Employers ($100)

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All Other Members ($50)/ Nonmembers ($100)

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Agenda:

7:45 AM Employer-only Roundtable
9:00 AM Arrival & Breakfast: General Audience
9:30 AM Welcome & Introductions
9:45 AM Panel Discussion:

  • Trisha LaBella, Associate Manager – Total Rewards, PepsiCo
  • Nate Nevas, Director, Global Financial Benefits & Administration, Pitney Bowes
  • Siobhan O’Shea, Director, Communication & Change Management Practice, Willis Towers Watson
  • Moderator: Aaron Harding, Managing Director, PwC
11:00 AM Adjourn
OPEN TO ALL
When
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
7:45 am - 11:00 am
Where
Steelcase WorkLife Center
4 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
February 14
Breakfast Event

Engaging a Multigenerational Workforce

Employers are faced with managing the benefits needs of several different generations in their workforce, and by 2020, there will be five – FIVE! – generations working.

  • How can employers respond to both millennials and baby boomers…..and everything in between?
  • Learn how to best develop an array of benefits and services that take into account age, risk tolerance, lifestyle and health….and find creative ways of reaching multiple generations!

 

NEBGH Employer Members (Complimentary)/ Nonmember Employers ($100)

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All Other Members ($50)/ Nonmembers ($100)

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Panelists:

K. Andrew Crighton, MD

Chief Medical Officer and Vice President

Prudential Financial

Carolyn Kennedy

Vice President of Global Benefits

Chubb Ltd.

Joy Altimare

Chief Engagement + Brand Officer

EHE International

Sandi Stein

Global Head of Benefits

Brown Brothers Harriman

Moderator:

Nina Boone

Regional Growth Leader, Managing Director, Chair of US Diversity and Inclusion Board

Aon Risk Solutions/Aon Hewitt, Risk & HR Benefits Consulting

Agenda:

7:45 AM Employer-only Roundtable
9:00 AM Arrival & Breakfast: General Audience
9:30 AM Welcome & Introductions
9:45 AM Panel Discussion: Engaging a Multigenerational Workforce
11:00 AM Adjourn
OPEN TO ALL
When
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
7:45 am - 11:00 am
Where
Steelcase WorkLife Center
4 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019