Creative Benefits to Attract Different Generations and Voluntary Benefits
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When: Tuesday, September 15, 2020
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Where: Online via Zoom
United States
Contact: PHRA Office

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8:30 a.m.- Program

10:00 a.m.- Program concludes



PHRA Members: $39

Nonmembers: $79

Student rate: Call for pricing

To be eligible for the student rate, you must be a full-time student enrolled in an HR or Labor Relations program at a college or university AND/OR you are a SHRM student chapter member. Part-time graduate students working full-time are not eligible for the student rate.



In this session we will review which benefits are a good fit for your employee population.  We will discuss how certain types of benefits can help achieve an organizations strategic goals by attracting and retaining a multi-generational work force.  In addition to types of benefits and how to select them will also cover the importance of and tips for good employee communications in any benefit plan.


For over 30 years, John Mejasic has brought his special brand of caring to the Voluntary Benefit (VB) insurance market.    

In the maze of rising health insurance costs and economic fluctuation, John provides employer stability and assurance in the form of Voluntary benefits.  Words that describe the features of VB are the same words that describe John as a person; reliable, consistent, supportive, and flexible.  Because of his experience, he understands the best contract features, quality vendors, how to position a program, and aligning all of the details of the program to meet employer strategies.

With experience working with large, national accounts across a wide breadth of industries, John’s observations are delivered respectfully taking into account the unique client culture that exists within their organization.

In John’s words “there is a right way and a wrong way to approach Voluntary Benefits.  Our objective is to understand what your organization needs and then deliver the best in class service and solutions for you and your employees.”

In 2018, John was named Risk & Insurance Power Broker and was awarded as Gallagher’s Top Voluntary Benefits Consultant.


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Cancellation Policy: Written cancellations received on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 will receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after May 29. Substitutes are welcome with advance written notice.



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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Ph: 412-261-5537