24th Annual Benefits Forum
Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel
5300 North River Road
Rosemont, Illinois 60018
- Case studies led by peer manufacturers
- Attendance is limited to facilitate openness
- Ample time for Q&A and roundtable discussion
Who Should Attend
- Senior-level heads of compensation from manufacturing firms
Questions & Contact
Tijuania A. Stevens
Senior Program and Forums Coordinator
Human Resources, Investor Relations, Internal Audit Councils I & II
and Benefits, Compensation, Talent and Data Analytics Forums
MAPI—Thought Leader & Solution Provider for Manufacturers
Phone: 703-647-5108 | Efax: 855-677-5548 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm / Prado 2
7:45 pm to 9:45 pm / Carlucci's Restaurant / 6111 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL / Phone: 847.518.0990
7:30 am to 8:30 am / Ice Bar
Various initiatives of the Trump Administration and Congress will impact employee benefits, especially any repeal and replacement of the ACA, tax, treatment of expenditures-provided benefits, and changes to funding of retiree benefits. A consultant of a human resources consulting firm will discuss these initiatives.
Companies have been experiencing a rising cost of their pharmacy spend over the last several years. Two attendees will discuss the program that have been instituted at their company to control those costs.
10:20 am to 10:30 am / Ice Bar
Both employers and employees can benefit if employee exercise consumerism when making health care decisions. An attendee will explore the methods employees can use to promote and evaluate such consumerism.
Numerous companies have implemented wellness programs both to improve the health of their employee population and reduce the cost of their health care claims. Two attendees will discuss their wellness programs that have shown measurable results.
12:00 noon to 1:00 pm / Ice Bar
As workplaces have become more diverse, the means of effectively communicating with them have changed. An attendee will lead a discussion on best practices in communicating benefits information.
2:40 pm to 2:50 pm / Ice Bar
Companies are exploring various means of offering leave and time off to population with varying needs for that time. A panel of attendees will lead a group discussion on the different methods of providing time off, as well as the automation of managing and administering leaves of absence.
Nordson will share their journey leading up to the exchange and their experience with the actual exchange. Giving you insights on what they learned, what they would have done differently, and what were some of their successes.