September Chapter Meeting

  • 18 Sep 2012
  • Breakfast in Bellevue, Luncheon in Seattle

Registration


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Seeing Opportunity in Shifting Tides: A study of Employee Benefits Trends

One hour of continuing education has been approved by the Washington Insurance Commissioner's office

This program will examine the shifting trends in employee benefits providing an overview of the key drivers of the past decade. The program will provide insight into fundamental elements of the employee benefit practice:

  1. Seeing opportunity for benefits to drive business goals;
  2. Identifying opportunity to engage employees in the benefits discussion;
  3. The expanding opportunity for income protection and financial security; and
  4. Realizing the generational opportunity in the post-recession workforce.

In short, this program will provide insight into what the key trends are that are impacting the benefits markets, how the best companies are dealing with those trends and how professionals in the benefits market can utilize those trends to improve the benefit packages offered to participants.

The program will draw on the annual MetLife Study of Employee Benefits Trends, now in its tenth year of data collection. The 10th anniversary edition of MetLife's annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends marks a decade of exploring an evolving benefits landscape from the point of view of employers and employees across all U.S. regions, industries and company sizes. Through both robust years and turbulent economic times, the Study has identified significant key findings and insights that have served to inform and shape today’s benefits strategies for employers and their advisors.

The Speaker

Attalia Gray is a MetLife Account Executive located in the Bellevue, WA office. Attalia is accountable for negotiating and implementing new business as well as financial persistence of in-force customers, managing consultant and customer relationships, solving for escalated service concerns and consulting on the overall strategic direction of her clients. Her current market space includes employers with 1,000 to 10,000 employees in the Life, Disability, and Dental arena.

Attalia has been with MetLife since June 2010 and has multi-market exposure ranging from smaller employer groups up to Fortune 500 companies. Prior to MetLife, Attalia was a Project Manager for a government-funded mental health project.


Bellevue Breakfast - Daniel's Broiler

Located in the Bank of America building
10500 N.E. 8th, 21st Floor, Bellevue, WA 98004

The underground parking garage is shared with the Hyatt.
Once in the garage look for the "Bank of America" elevators.
Take garage elevator to the Bank of America lobby.
Switch to a building elevator to go to 21st floor.
Building elevators are locked until 7 AM.

7:15-7:30 AM  Sign in
7:30-7:40 AM  Breakfast is served
7:40-8:00 AM  Announcements and Current Issues
8:00-9:00 AM  Program

$30 Members online; $40 at the door
$40 Non-members online; $50 at the door
Online registration closes September 16
No refunds after September 14

Seattle Luncheon - Sheraton Seattle Hotel

1400 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

11:15 AM-11:30 AM  Registration
11:30 AM-11:45 AM  Lunch is served
11:45 AM-12:00 PM  Announcements and Current Issues
12:00 PM-  1:00 PM  Program

$45 Members online; $60 at the door
$60 Non-members online; $75 at the door
Online registration closes September 16
No refunds after September 14

Meeting flyer

September 2012

Western Pension & Benefits Council • Seattle Chapter
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