Employee benefits have shifted in parallel with transformations in how employees work and live – evolving from a once-linear focus on employees’ physical health, to more holistic coverage that accommodates mental, financial and even social well-being. The session will examine how factors like remote and hybrid work and broader cultural trends have driven major changes in benefits offerings – and even how, in some ways, benefits have managed to stay the same.
Missy Plohr-Memming is senior vice president of MetLife’s Group Benefits National Accounts Sales organization, which provides employee benefits solutions to U.S. based employers with 5,000 or more employees. In this role, Plohr-Memming oversees sales strategy and key growth initiatives to drive top-and bottom-line financial results. In addition, she is responsible for the development of global strategies and sales of expatriate and multinational solutions to U.S.-based businesses for all Group Benefits sales teams.