West Palm Beach, FL, July 23, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The 2ndAnnual Voluntary Benefits & Limited Medical Conference, http://voluntarybenefitsconference.com/ will bring together industry professionals and top employers from all over the country to discuss what types of benefits they are offering employees and the value of offering such voluntary benefits and limited medical plans, September 20th-22nd in Los Angeles.
PaniTademeti, HR Manager for the Office of North Carolina State Personnel said, “Attending a National conference of this stature provides many opportunities to learn from others experiences and know how in promoting voluntary benefits. Voluntary benefits play a critical role in employee benefits. The down turn in the economy gives a greater challenge for HR Professional as how to motivate their employees. Competitive voluntary benefits that provide value and customer service go a long way in keeping employees happy.”
Some of the featured voluntary benefits speakers are:
Brady Jensen, Group Manager, Global Benefits, Microsoft Corporation
Colleen DePadua, Manager of Group Insurance, Black & Decker
Stephanie Ayala, Manager, Health-Welfare & Associate Services, Pier 1 Imports
Faye Saenz, Director of Employee Benefits, GameStop Corp.
Christina Harmon, Director of Benefits Administration, Ruby Tuesday
Bob Ihrie, Senior Vice President of Employee Rewards and Services, Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
Avi Smith,Benefits Manager, B&H Photo
Pani Tademeti, HR Manager- Total Compensation, Office of State Personnel, North Carolina
Matthew Dean, Executive Director, Product Management, USAA
Bernie C. Knobbe, Vice President, Benefits, ACS, a Xerox Company
Bob Trujillo, Program Director Human Resources, American Bar Association
Jim Davidson, President,EOI Service Company, Inc
Jim Mattison, Market Vice President, Broker Sales, Aflac Incorporated
Michael C. McMillan, Executive Director, Market and Network Services, Cleveland Clinic
Robert S. Shestack, Managing Director, National Sales Leader, Employer Benefits Business, Marsh U.S. Consumer
Jason B. Krouse, Executive Vice President,Univers Workplace Benefits
Jane Wendell, Director of Benefits, Guidestone
David Cheek, Vice President of Sales, Pan-American Benefits Solutions, Inc.
Dan Cahn,Senior Vice President, LTC Financial Partners
Robyn Piper, Piper Jordan, LLC
Dr. Prem Jagyasi, CEO, Exhealth, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Kimberly Darling, Founder & President, Competitive Health, Inc.
Nicole Cleves, VP, Consulting, Univers Workplace Solutions
With the combination of an economic recession and the passing of healthcare reform, employers nationwide are faced with decisions on what types of health benefits they will offer their employees.
Colleen DePadua,Manager of Group Insurance at Black & Decker stated, “The Voluntary Benefits Conference 2010 will be a great opportunity for employers and vendors to discuss the current and new products in the marketplace. With national healthcare reform having passed as well as current economic pressures affecting most employers, voluntary benefits are becoming more important than ever. The Conference is an excellent forum for both employers and vendors to come together to gain an understanding of what is available and what unmet needs might still be looming.”
The 2nd annual Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Conference, http://www.voluntarybenefitsconference.com organized by the Voluntary Benefits Magazine http://www.voluntarybenefitsmagazine.com and sponsored by the Voluntary Benefits Association http://www.vbassociation.com will bring together some of the most senior level employers and insurance industry professionals September 20-22nd, 2010 in Los Angeles. This is the only Voluntary Benefits and Worksite conference with a focus on employer groups. The conference is part of the employer healthcare congress, http://employerhealthcareconference.com/ the largest employer conference in the country that has speakers this year such as Lowe’s, Olympic Committee, NASA, Jack in the Box, AMA, American Apparel, City of Las Vegas, NAIC and more.
The conference is sponsored by the Voluntary Benefits Association (VBA), the only non profit trade association in the voluntary benefits and worksite industry. http://www.vbassociation.com.
The conference is the official conference of the Voluntary Benefits Magazine, http://www.voluntarybenefitsmagazine.com the only dedicated magazine and the leading magazine for the voluntary benefits and worksite industry. The Voluntary Benefits Magazine is a monthly online magazine read by almost fifteen thousand readers and growing.