How the right partner can reduce healthcare costs while promoting inclusivity27 August, 2020 | (01 hr)
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Employers are working to promote inclusivity, benefits parity, and offer support for their diverse worldwide workforces — while also managing healthcare costs and supporting employees through COVID-19. Fortunately, with the right partner, plan design, and support structure, fertility benefits can help organizations address all of these, delivering outsize results to organizations, reducing healthcare costs, and ultimately promoting a more inclusive company culture.
Join us as we discuss the business case for fertility and family-forming benefits, taking a deep dive into demographics driving demand for more of these benefits and how programs like fertility and pregnancy support can drive down an employer’s healthcare costs while stretching budget.
By attending this webcast, viewers will be able to:
- Understand how changing demographics are driving demand for fertility benefits, even in the midst of COVID-19
- Discover the business case for fertility and family-forming benefits
- Learn how fertility benefits can promote diversity and inclusion in your company
- Assess fertility and family-forming vendors on four critical areas
Who Should Attend: HR/Benefits/Total Rewards professionals at self-insured or fully-funded companies of any size (200-20,000+) interested in fertility and family-building benefits
Leigh Betancourt is a Solutions Consultant at Carrot Fertility. Formerly in Customer Success, Leigh uses her experience supporting customers and deep understanding of fertility care to provide in-depth expertise to HR benefits teams as they consider their fertility benefits options.
Juli Insinger is a Co-founder and the VP of Business Development of Carrot Fertility, the leading global fertility benefits provider for employers. Juli’s career covers healthcare, human resources, and business operations working with companies like Zenefits and Equilar. In her role as an H...Full Bio
Gregg Mauro joined The Conference Board in 1998 as a portfolio manager and program director. He founded and chaired The Conference Board's Employee Health Care Council, Tax Executives Council, Working Groups on Consumer Driven Health Care, Employee Wellness and Human Capital Management. Sin...Full Bio