Philadelphia (May 12, 2016) – Businessolver, a leading benefits administration technology company, today announced its second stop on the Vision 20/16 Tour in Philadelphia, Pa. from May 17-18. Vision 20/16 highlights some of the biggest trends and challenges in benefits, technology and HR for human resources professionals. Attendees of the Vision 20/16 Tour have the opportunity to engage with some of the most influential and forward-thinking voices in leadership, the Affordable Care Act, consumerism, employee education and the prevalence of high-deductible health plans.
“In its second year, the intention of our Vision 20/16 Tour is to provide HR professionals with industry best practices and the opportunity for professional growth through compelling strategy sessions and discussions,” said Businessolver CEO Jon Shanahan. “We’ve lined up a dynamic group of speakers who will dive into how the HR industry is evolving and what those changes mean for the workforce. The speaking sessions are designed to provide professionals with the opportunity to engage with thought leaders and participate in relevant, educational discussions.”
This year’s keynote address will take place on the first day of the conference, and feature Christopher Hannegan, executive vice president, U.S. Chair and Global Co-Lead Employee Engagement at Edelman Public Relations. Hannegan will speak about the findings of the 2016 Edelman Trust Barometer, an annual report that analyzes important areas of trust as it relates to employees and the workplace. Following the keynote, Hannegan will moderate a panel discussion about engaging employees in the workplace, featuring industry leaders:
– Peter Cappelli, the George W. Taylor Professor of Management at The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania and Director of Wharton’s Center for Human Resource
– Kristen Marks, Director of Benefits, Gannett
– Sarah Sardella, Director, Global Benefits, Akamai
– Rae Shanahan, Chief Strategy Officer, Businessolver
With diverse backgrounds and expertise, from on-the-ground benefits executives to academia, the panel discussion promises to feature lively discourse around key issues affecting the workplace.
Day two of the Vision 20/16 Tour Philadelphia stop will be customer-centric and feature Shawn Leavitt, senior vice president of Global Benefits, Comcast. Leavitt will speak about the innovative ways Comcast is driving their benefits strategy by focusing holistically on support for their employees and helping them manage their physical, emotional and financial health.
The Vision 20/16 Tour is sponsored by Discovery Benefits, Voya Financial, Guidespark, Healthcare Bluebook, ARAG, Allstate, The Hartford, Ultimate Software and Transamerica.
To register for the May 17 event, visit: Vision 20/16 Tour Philadelphia.
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About Businessolver: Since 1998 Businessolver has delivered market-changing benefits administration technology supported by an intrinsic responsiveness to client needs. It creates client programs that maximize benefit program investment, minimize risk exposure, and engage employees with easy-to-use solutions and communication tools to assist them in making wise and cost-efficient benefit selections. Founded and developed by HR professionals, Businessolver’s unwavering service-oriented culture and secure SaaS platform provides measurable success in its mission to provide complete client delight.
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