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Convenient and Connected: Employer Views of Benefit Technology

5/24/2017 2 - 3 p.m.
Webinar

Overview

Who Should Watch

This is a LIMRA member benefit webinar. Registration is open to home/corporate office employees of LIMRA member companies. Membership will be verified upon registration.

Highlights

Employers today have a lot of technology available to make their lives easier. These systems are playing an increasingly large role in how employers handle enrollment and administration of insurance benefits, as well as other HR tasks. What are employers currently using technology for, and what do they want? Come hear the results of new LIMRA research that explored these questions, including:

  • What features are employers looking for in benefits technology?
  • Who do they think should provide the technology?
  • If employers already have a platform, what would motivate them to switch?
  • Why do some employers choose not to use technology?

Presenters

Kimberly A. Landry
Associate Research Director, Workplace Benefits Research, LIMRA and LOMA

Kimberly A. Landry

Associate Research Director, Workplace Benefits Research, LIMRA and LOMA

Kim conducts quantitative and qualitative research on hot topics within the employee benefits industry, with a specific focus on employer and employee perspectives. She is also responsible for LIMRA’s worksite and supplemental health research programs. She is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events. Kim joined LIMRA in 2008. She received her bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University and her master's degree from the University of Hartford.

Contact us to learn more:

Kimberly A. Landry

Associate Research Director, Workplace Benefits Research

LIMRA and LOMA

(860) 285-7889

klandry@limra.com

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