Worlds Colliding: Benefits & Workers' Compensation
February 22, 2022
9:00 - 10:00 AM CST
healthier, more productive workforces?
As an HR professional, your employees’ health is a top priority. Everything from physical health, mental health, productivity and engagement are major contributing factors to running your organization effectively.
Employee Benefits and Workers' Compensation have a great deal of common ground when it comes to your employees' health, but we often overlook the importance of managing the crossover between the two.
Addressing the commonalities of both your employee benefits and workers' compensation departments can be the key to a healthier, more productive workforce.
Even if you can't attend the webinar live, register and we'll send you the recording and presentation slides after the webinar concludes.
Approved for 1 HRCI and 1 SHRM credit.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- Improving your employee benefits can lower your workers' compensation frequency. The relationship between the two is often overlooked, but they have a direct impact on each other. Addressing their common ground can make a big difference in managing your risk.
- Understanding emerging issues that can impact both employee benefits and workers' compensation such as coronavirus, prioritizing mental health for employees injured at home or on the job, opioid and pain management, etc. We will keep you ahead of the curve and help you be prepared for when it affects your employees.
- The power of managers caring and making meaningful connections with employees who are on leave due to a workplace injury (or any type of injury.) Being genuinely interested in your employees as people goes beyond quicker return to work and also retains top talent.
Diana joined the Hausmann Group team in 2017 with over 15 years of property and casualty underwriting and claim experience. She spent a decade of her insurance career as a multi-line underwriting officer at Travelers, where she created guaranteed cost and loss-sensitive casualty programs for large manufacturing and technology accounts. In this role, Diana excelled at building trusting relationships, designing robust coverage programs and collaborating with risk control and claim partners to offer strong service platforms which helped clients control their total cost of risk.
Chris Utz joined the Hausmann Group team in 2020 as an Employee Benefits Consultant with a wealth of knowledge in employee benefits. With more than a decade of carrier experience, Chris has a comprehensive understanding of how to navigate the complexities that arise when creating a high-preforming benefits plan. He prides himself on his quick responsiveness to his clients as well as being a true student of the industry who is willing to share his expertise with others. His strategic thinking provides with new, innovative ideas to help businesses look at their benefits plan with new perspective while keeping costs down.