Palm Beach Gardens, FL, August 17, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Meet the women who are redefining corporate culture in the nation’s hub of innovation, Silicon Valley. Hear directly from culture guru and Grokker CEO Lorna Borenstein and other Silicon Valley powerhouses at Pinterest, SurveyMonkey and LinkedIn during the opening keynote address at the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress in L.A, on October 2-4.
Cat Lee, Head of Culture at Pinterest
Becky Cantieri, SVP Human Resources at SurveyMonkey
Pat Wadors, Chief HR officer and SVP of Global Talent at LinkedIn
Moderator Lorna Borenstein, CEO of Grokker
Everyone knows that Silicon Valley companies offer all the bells and whistles known to man, but how can you create that enviable culture at your own company with none of Silicon Valley’s resources? Join us at the LA Convention Center on October 3 at 8:00 am ET to get inspired, hear first-hand from industry leaders what the culture is really like at eBay, Google, Yahoo! and Nordstrom, and learn how you can emulate Silicon Valley innovation on a shoestring budget.
#EHBC17’s annual event brings together human resource, insurance, and wellness professionals and other stakeholders in the employee benefits industry from across the country for three days of education and networking.
Educational topics range from the impact of genetic testing on health care, to ensuring employers are meeting the requirements of the Affordable Care Act, to how to develop a successful corporate wellness and well-being program.
Attendees can also join over 100 sessions addressing the latest information and trends in healthcare reform compliance, corporate wellness and well-being, voluntary and worksite benefits, and self-funded insurance.
“This year EHBC17 is bringing C-Suite culture trendsetters like Grokker, Pinterest, LinkedIn and SurveyMonkey,” said Jonathan Edelheit, CEO of the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress. “Plus we’re diving into the most cutting edge trends in the industry and worldwide – genetic testing, the constant disruption with the ACA, and how direct contracting is changing the vertical as we know it.”