Discover what benefits help make your manufacturing business an “employer of choice,” reducing recruiting and retention costs.
Benefits can give Rhode Island Manufacturers a competitive edge in recruiting and retention. Many employers aren’t sure what to offer, however, and/or what’s manageable for the smaller-sized manufacturing businesses most typical in the Ocean State.
WHAT TO EXPECT
In this webinar, you’ll learn how and why Benefits are a driver of job quality and what kind of benefits employees want.
We’ll also explore one of the most sought-after benefit – retirement plans – along with a new, forward-thinking type of plan that can be used for reducing the turnover of critical employees.
Subject matter experts from the Employers Association of the NorthEast and Mutual of America will be featured in this lively webinar. They’ll share data, anecdotes, insights, and tips for evaluating your current benefits offerings from various perspectives.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Susan Breen is a Membership Relations Specialist for the Employers Association of the NorthEast (EANE), a member-based organization that connects more than 1,000 member companies of all industries to a full range of HR and business development services. She oversees Rhode Island and East of Worcester, MA for EANE. Susan has been with EANE for 5 years. She is also the Director of the College Relations Committee for RI-Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Prior to her role with EANE, Susan was Director of Marketing and Operations for the RI Society of CPAs where she focused on Learning & Development for 5 years. Susan also serves on the Greater Providence Chamber Legislative committee.
Paul Cooney is a Group Account Representative for Mutual of America. Paul grew up with manufacturing all around him. His father started many companies over the years to help provide for his family. Paul is the first in his family to attend and graduate from a four year college. Upon graduating Paul took a summer job at an investment firm providing service and support to 401(k) participants. It was there, upon realizing the magnitude of loss that many had suffered in the transition from pension plans to 401(k)s that Paul committed his life’s work to financial education. Paul has been in the financial services industry for 19 years working with individuals, business owners and non-profit leaders to maximize their wealth. He’s been a proud member of RIMA for 6 years.