West Palm Beach, FL, October 13, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- This year’s theme will be streamlining benefits and processes for Multinational Employers and Insurance companies. The focus will be on the importance of innovation in providing global benefits packages to global workforces and innovative ways to reduce costs. The event will also focus on increasing plan member (employee) engagement in their benefits through social media and the internet.
Jonathan Edelheit, Editor-in-Chief of the Global Benefits Magazine said, “This year’s conference will be our biggest ever and we have put together a group of speakers who are the leaders in their industry. As the world globalizes so do many of it’s employers and this is causing a large rise in demand for international benefits programs as we see more companies going multinational. With this comes the demand for employers to be up to date with best practices, trends and other issues in regards to the global benefits programs. When an employer globalizes the compliance and other legal issues become more complex. Employers and other industry participants attend the event to collaborate with each other, learn from each other and to take the information they learn to implement best practices within their own company.”
Some of this year’s Keynote Speakers are:
John Casey, Director of International Benefits for Google - Creating the Healthiest Employee in the World
Cecil Wilson, President of the American Medical Association - The Future of Healthcare and Healthcare Reform in America
Susan Voss, President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners - A Practical Overview of State Health Insurance Exchanges
Bill Rancic, Winner of Donald Trump’s 1st Apprentice – Adaptability, How to Succeed in Business and Life
A complete list of speakers can be viewed at:
A list of participants as of October 3rd can be viewed at:
Employers and Benefits Managers have the ability to attend with a complementary pass through the conference’s employer VIP program.
The Focus of this year’s conference will center on:
Innovative Trends in Multinational Benefit Programs
· PPACA and it’s affect on Global Benefits
· Globalization of Workforces
· Employer Case Studies
· New interactivity and social media to keep employees engaged
The Global Benefits Conference is part of the World Medical Tourism & Global healthcare Congress and also is integrated with Employer Healthcare Congress, which are one of the largest US and international healthcare and employee benefits conferences in the country.
Attendees of the 2nd annual Global Benefits Conference will include:
- Insurance companies
- Travel insurers
- Air Ambulance companies
About the Global Benefits Association
The Global Benefits Association (GBA)
The Global Benefits Association (GBA) is the non-profit trade association for the Global Benefits and Expatriate Industry with its sole and primary focus being on health insurance, employee benefits and other insurance benefits that are delivered on an international basis and across borders. The Purpose of the Global Benefits Association is to provide a single authoritative voice for the Employee Benefits and Expatriate industry around the world and to grow the global benefits industry in a positive direction and to facilitate knowledge sharing, collaboration and networking opportunities for those in the global insurance industry.
The Global Benefits Association (GBA) represents employers, insurance companies, agents, consultants, brokers, Third party administrators, reinsurers, administrators, payers, government bodies and entities, healthcare providers, corporations, vendors, and other industry professionals.
The 2011 Global Benefits Conference will also be integrated with the 4th Annual World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress, The Global Benefits Conference, and the Healthcare Development Conference.
About Global Benefits Magazine
The Global Benefits Magazine is the only dedicated magazine for the global benefits and international employee benefits industry.