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Competition for employees is fierce. Being creative with your new benefits offerings is key to winning them over – whether they’re currently on your team or a prospective new hire.

The pandemic exposed gaps and created opportunities for you to take your total rewards strategy to the next level. But, it’s also given your employees and candidates the chance to re-examine their own goals.

We’re entering a new era in which employee needs and expectations have flipped everything upside down. Your ability to understand those needs and what will attract and retain employees will make the difference in whether you sink or swim.

Join Bryan Brenner, Paul Ashley and NFP’s EVP, Head of Health & Benefits Kim Bell for Winning the Competition for Talent in the New Era of Work. You’ll get an inside look at the emerging benefits trends and pulse on how to evolve your total rewards strategy. This webinar will help you answer the following questions:

  • How do I compete for talent differently?
  • What value can I add that I’ve never thought about before?
  • What trends are other employers following in the benefits arena?
  • How do I communicate value and extract feedback?

Date: Tuesday, August 10

Time: 2:00-3:00pm ET

Get your free virtual pass here.

*This session is pending approval for SHRM continuing education credits.

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