The Future of Maintaining GenXers and Attracting Millennials

Freshbenies’ Eric Johnson discussed benefit trends to recruit and retain GenX and Millennial employees during the Missouri Benefit Specialist Symposium Sept. 29 at the Doubletree Hotel in Westport. His presentation, The Future of Maintaining GenXers and Attracting Millennials, is available here.

Ins and Outs of Washington on Medicare Issues

SLAHU’s October meeting is on a new day: Wednesday, Oct. 11. Program features Medicare expert Dwane McFerrin, Vice President for Medicare Solutions with Senior Market Sales, Inc., who will look at the issues facing Medicare and the insurance industry at the federal level.

New Exhibitors Featured at Symposium

Great Scott! SLAHU is going Back to the Future for the Missouri Benefit Specialist Symposium! Join brokers, agents and insurance professionals from around Missouri Sept. 28-29 at the Doubletree in Westport. More than 40 exhibitors will be on hand, many of them new to the Symposium.

Symposium Program

Join brokers, agents and other benefit specialists for the Missouri Benefits Specialist Symposium, September 28-29 at the Doubletree Hotel at Westport. The program features nationally recognized speakers, more than 40 exhibitors and up to 8 CE credits approved for Illinois and Missouri.

Classroom Benefits Technology Certification Course

Employers expect their agents, brokers and consultants to provide guidance about human resources and benefits management technology, and how it will impact staffing needs, improve ROI, remain compliant and their overall success. Don’t be left behind!

HSA Communication Strategies

High-Deductible, HSA-compatible health plans offer consumers an affordable alternative to high-priced co pay plans. And once covered by an HSA, most people are happy with their coverage and few choose to return to a more traditional plan design. Learn how you can help educate consumers on the benefits of an HSA-compatible plan at the Thursday, August 10 meeting. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. The program starts at 8.