Benefits of Snappy Communications Revealed via a Series of Panels and Workshops
CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwire) -- Harry Gottlieb, employee communication expert and creator of ALEX®, the virtual employee benefits counselor, is taking his act on the road. Between April 22 and May 9, 2013, Gottlieb will show human resources leaders, technologists, and benefits experts how to get the most out their employee communications. Through panel discussions and workshop sessions, he'll provide tips and insight that can be used to dramatically improve engagement, inspire thoughtful action, lower costs, and achieve results.
"Employees want to make good decisions about their health care and benefits," Gottlieb says. "They'd just like the process to be more appealing than a lecture from their dads. That's why it's so important to develop strong communication." Gottlieb invites HR professionals and company executives to join him for lively, humorous, and engaging talks at the following human resources conferences:
· April 22, Las Vegas -- At the HR Executive Health & Benefits Leadership Conference, Gottlieb joins a panel of HR thought leaders and technologists to discuss how tools like ALEX are shaping the future of health technology.
· April 30, Philadelphia -- For the [email protected] Total Rewards 2013 Conference, Gottlieb and an ALEX client will present tips for beating "benefits bewilderment" and making employee communication a lot more engaging.
· May 9, Atlanta -- At the 2003 IHC FORUM EAST, Gottlieb leads a lively, workshop-style presentation where he'll show health and benefits management experts how delivering year-round benefits communication can prepare employees to make informed decisions about their benefits options.
If you can't make it to any of Gottlieb's presentations and want to see how ALEX can help simplify your employee communications, then arrange a live demo by calling 312-340-6462 or emailing[email protected]. And for insight about employee benefits, communication, and other HR topics, follow ALEX on Twitter, YouTube, Google+, or join the LinkedIn Group.
Harry Gottlieb founded Jellyvision in 1989. The company had a different name then, and the international headquarters was in his bedroom, in the corner, over by the closet. In 1995, he created YOU DON'T KNOW JACK, an irreverent trivia party game franchise that sold over five million copies. Since then, Jellyvision has expanded into marketing and corporate communications, making learning and decision-making delightful for scores of big companies like, say, Microsoft, Comcast, Aetna, and Clorox. In 2009, employee benefits caught his eye...because, well, it seemed so confusing and boring at the same time. And for Harry, that's sort of a turn-on...in a "My Fair Lady" kind of way, if you get the drift. Anyway, ALEX®, the Jellyvision Benefits Counselor was soon born.
About ALEX®, The Jellyvision Benefits Counselor
ALEX is a web-based virtual benefits counselor who transforms benefits jargon, legalese, and gobbledygook into personally relevant information employees can use to select their best-fit plans. Employees adore him, and when HR leaders see how he boosts engagement and drives benefits savings, they can't help but fall in love as well. Today, ALEX is available to more one million employees across nearly 100 organizations, and almost 90% of those who use him say they better understand and appreciate their benefits thanks to his help. In 2013, fans will see ALEX expand into wellness and health care reform. To learn more about ALEX, please visit www.meetalex.com.
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your company website has a lot to say and is currently doing it in a way that's too technical or filled with corporate jargon, marketing speak, impersonalized FAQs, and outsourced sales reps referring to massive binders of robotic text, then you should seriously consider calling The Jellyvision Lab today. For more information and sample work, visit jellyvisionlab.com.
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