Conduent HRS in the Media Last Week

Health

Allison Klausner, Conduent HR Services Government Relations Leader in the Knowledge Resource Center, and chair of the American Benefits Council’s Board of Directors, recently testified before the House Education and the Workforce Committee. Her testimony has been quoted by the following five media sources:

U.S., Retailers Association of Mass., Expanding Affordable Health Care Coverage for America’s Workers

“When it comes to promoting a healthy workforce, Allison Klausner, an employee benefits expert emphasized the important role wellness programs serve as a “cornerstone of healthcare reform.”

3/6, U.S., Capitol Hill Report, House Committee Holds Hearing on Health Bills

“Allison Klausner, testifying on behalf of the American Benefits Council, expressed support for this legislation and
emphasized the importance of establishing a consistent regulatory environment for employee wellness programs.”

3/6, U.S., Courthouse News, Republican Health Care Bills Fuel Partisan Bickering

“Klausner said workplace wellness programs has(sic) reduced absenteeism in the workplace, while boosting productivity and morale.” Adding, “wellness programs have been enormously successful.”

3/7, U.S., Good Insurance, Congress Considers Bills to Reform More than the Affordable Care Act

“Not only are these programs important for achieving better health outcomes for employees and their families, they also have the potential to increase employee productivity, improve workforce morale and engagement, and reduce health care spending.”

3/8, U.S., Education and the Workforce, Byrne Statement: Markup of H.R. 1313, the Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act

“Not only are these programs important for achieving better health outcomes for employees and their families, they also have the potential to increase employee productivity, improve workforce morale and engagement, and reduce health care spending.”

Wealth

3/3, U.K., Out of the Comfort Zone: The Lure of Illiquid Assets

“Investors will not get the same returns as they did going forward which means that the valuations for illiquid assets are better now than they were three years ago. The challenge is that capacity is often small and it gets eaten up quickly which is why you need managers who have the skillset to access these opportunities.”

Adam Michaels, Conduent Human Resources Services Principal and Senior Investment Consultant.

Engagement

3/9, U.S. Biz Journals, 3 Workplace Trends You Shouldn’t Ignore

“When an employee is stressed about finances, their work and productivity levels suffer, impacting the business’s bottom line,” said Dean. “Employers should offer easy-to-use, technology-based financial planning resources beyond standard retirement-readiness solutions.”

Dean Aloise, Conduent Human Resources Services Global Consulting Leader.

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