A Blueprint for the New Benefits Economy

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Ron Leopold, author of the 9th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends, to the Solomon Theater on St. Martin’s Episcopal School Campus. The event will be held Tuesday July 19th, 2011. Attendees should include Business Leaders, Benefits & Human Resource Professionals.

This is a free educational seminar sponsored by Eustis Insurance & BenefitsCreative Financial Solutions An Office of MetLife & New Orleans CityBusiness


Findings from The 9th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends.

July 19, 2011

Solomon Theater on St. Martin’s Episcopal School Campus

225 Green Acres Road – Metairie, LA  70003-2499

Map and Directions

8:15 AM – Registration

9:00 AM – Kickoff

10:15 AM – Closing Remarks

10:15 – 10:45 Q&A

Dr. Leopold is an industry thought leader for MetLife focusing on the future of work, health and employee benefits.  For the 9th consecutive year MetLife has surveyed employers and employees to develop a current and comprehensive look at the state of the U.S. employee benefits industry.

This year, as the economy begins to rebound, the Study reveals an unexpected challenge; employee loyalty is not recession-proof and over a third of employees report that they hope to be working somewhere else in 2011.

Balancing retention goals with the other key benefits objectives of cost control, and maintaining recession-generated employee productivity gains, is a skillful juggling act for employers, particularly in the light of health care reform.  However, results from the Study suggest a new benefits blueprint to guide this effort – especially when it comes to improving employee health and financial security.

Dr. Leopold is a Board Certified Occupational Medicine Physician who holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Wharton School of Business, the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in Public Health from Boston University.


One comment

  1. Xexec · July 13, 2011

    i would love to be part of it but i am miles away,is it going to be a webinar also for us who would not be able to attend?

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