How to Support your Employees During Times of Crisis Conversation on October 16


Posted by OMA on 09/09/2020

How Support your Employees During Times of Crisis Conversation

Friday, October 16 from 10:00am -11:00am CT
Free, but registration is required.  Register here
Presented on the Zoom Platform

OMA is focusing on many important conversations with our members, colleagues and friends as we collectively grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 crisis. Over the course of these past few months, we have identified a need for simple advice that can be applied in the near term.

Mental health issues are significant contributors to the health and wellness of your staff. The COVID-19 crisis is shining a light on just how critical it is for employers to ensure their benefit plans truly support employees by reducing barriers to entry and offering evidence-based treatments.

In response, we have created a discussion hosted by Benefits Advisor Pauline Sobelman and moderated by Risk Advisor Blair Wunderlich from DeWitt Stern, Risk Strategies.

Topics will include trends in telemedicine, evidence based medicine providers and a new focus on offering childcare benefits.

Presenters:
Pauline Sobelman
Senior Vice President @Risk Strategies
Pauline is a 25+ year veteran of the insurance industry, known for helping cultural institutions and nonprofits manage their benefit plans while keeping an eye on cost-containment and population health. She has a full working knowledge of funding and plan design strategies, which is an asset for nonprofits that want to understand the full menu of options available to them.

Blair Wunderlich
Risk Advisor, DeWitt Stern, a Risk Strategies Company
Blair brings 10 years of broker experience to the Fine Art Practice at DeWitt Stern. As a Senior Risk Advisor, Blair provides guidance on complex and unique risks such museums, universities and municipalities. Previously an account executive at fine art specialty insurance brokerage Aon Huntington T. Block (HTB), Blair focused on museums, foundations, corporate collections, galleries and high net worth clients. In addition, she developed new policy coverage targeting younger private collectors and developed a focus on cyber risks and coverage programs.