Philadelphia, PA – August 2, 2018 – Debbie Bolla, editorial director of HRO Today and HRO Today Global Magazines, will make a guest appearance on today’s episode of “In the Workplace” at 5 p.m. EST on Business Radio on Sirius XM powered by the Wharton School.
Bolla will share her expertise on how organizations are approaching employee benefits and examining what today’s employees are looking for. She will present a case study featured in the July/August issue of HRO Today Magazine that focuses on Aflac and how the company has implemented employee-driven initiatives, such as their onsite Care Clinics, and achieved employee engagement and satisfaction scores of 87 percent.
“I am looking forward to joining Peter Capelli and Greg Shae for a dynamic discussion of forward-thinking programs that meet employees’ needs and motivate them to do their best work,” said Bolla. “Employees have needs that vary greatly, and customized employee benefit programs that focus on wellness–whether that be physical, mental, financial, or another type–can drive employee loyalty and, ultimately, business success.”
Business Radio on Sirius XM powered by the Wharton School is a 24/7 channel that grants listeners access to thought leaders in business education. “In the Workplace” is a weekly segment that addresses challenges faced by employers and employees, including workplace conflicts, motivation and the art of hiring. The show airs live every Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. EST on Sirius XM channel 132.
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