Fostering Your Employees' Emotional & Social Wellbeing
Date(s) - 05/13/2021
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m. via Zoom
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HRCI and SHRM recertification credits pending.
Concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic have brought additional stress and anticipatory anxiety to the workplace. Gallagher’s Wellbeing experts discuss ways to help you confidently support your employees’ emotional and social wellbeing during the pandemic.
- Explore the relationship between COVID-19 and emotional and social wellbeing.
- Understand how anticipatory anxiety affects emotional wellbeing.
- Review key aspects of social wellbeing.
- Learn about psychological safety.
- Define key terms.
- Understand and provide action items that employers can take as next steps for their employees.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Jason Walter is an Area Vice President with Gallagher’s Health & Welfare practice.
Jason uses experience and knowledge of the healthcare industry to help client employers design, implement and manage a customized benefit strategy that best aligns with their corporate objectives and enhances their retention and recruitment initiatives.
Previously Jason was the Client Manager Team Lead at Hill, Chesson & Woody, A Gallagher Company, where he managed the platform and process of the client services teams in addition to leading the Client Manager team.
Jason is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) as well as the Lower Cape Fear Human Resources Association (LCFHRA), where he currently serves on their Board.
Chris Beach is the Regional Manager for Gallagher’s Health & Welfare practice. Based in Richmond, Virginia, Chris is responsible for introducing Gallagher Better WorksSM to Virginia employers.
Chris believes that developing the right employee benefit program is just a part of solving the business challenges an employer may have. Finding and executing on the right allocation of resources to create the programs an employer needs to recruit, retain and engage their teams is essential to moving organizations forward towards their overall mission. Chris liaises with potential clients to help decipher what success means to them and works to deploy Gallagher resources to fit their needs.
Chris began his career with a regional health plan, based out of their Richmond office. This led to his opening an employee benefits agency, specializing in engineering companies. An opportunity to sell that agency to a Top 20 insurance agency, led to a role overseeing their Virginia Employee Benefits practice. Prior to joining Gallagher, Chris became involved in managing and reducing the cost of chronic issues, like musculoskeletal injuries. As an active member of his local community, Chris supports various initiatives through bicycling associations, including Richmond Area Bicycling Association’s Bikes for Kids program and Bike New York’s TD Five Boro Bike Ride, empowering youth ridership to lead healthy lives.