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Technology is moving at a record pace, demanding more from employers and employees. Creating a roadmap is necessary to help you protect what matters most, choose optimal systems, and not lose sight of the employee experience. There are significant risks with any decision you make. Managing the complexity requires new approaches. Join us for What's The Risk: The Impact Of Technology On The Employee Experience to learn how to:

  • Design a compelling strategy to provide an outstanding employee experience
  • Create an optimal decision matrix
  • Establish priorities to keep pace
  • Evaluate trends
  • Identify compliance risks and data security needs
South Bend - Thursday, May 10 Ft. Wayne - Friday, May 11
University of Notre Dame  Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
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Dahnke Ballroom Conference Room C
Presenters Presenters

Barton Halling - UnitedHealthcare
Technology plays a role your health care costs. From engagement 2.0+ and advocacy to artificial intelligence, Bart will showcase the variables that impact your employee’s experience, what to expect for financial outcomes, and how new marketplace partnerships will transform the health care delivery model.

Josh Hoover - Benefit Tech Resources
There are risks associated with utilizing or not utilizing HR Technology. Josh will help you evaluate various trends from the employer and employee perspectives: choosing the right system, having too many systems, employee engagement, and innovation.

Ron Kraemer - University of Notre Dame
Technology plays a critical role for Notre Dame’s faculty, staff, and students. Expectations are lofty. In this presentation, Ron will talk about how Notre Dame assesses needs, establishes priorities, and keeps pace with the quickly changing landscape. He’ll share insights from the employer, service provider, and end-user perspectives.


R. John Kuehn - Ladue | Curran | Kuehn
Technology is essential to every business - and creates a unique set of risks. John will discuss evolving practices, having optimal insurance coverage, and mitigating risks associated with mobile devices, data, audio/video recordings, and social media.


Mike Nader - Faegre Baker Daniels
For all technology has to offer, it can either be a sword to defend or impale your company. Mike will offer practical advice on seven areas where technology can be helpful in protecting your company in benefit matters or, when used poorly, serve to expose it. Why seven? At the craps table, seven can either be a win or total loss.


Jason Johnson - Sweetwater
More than ever before, it’s important for IT to cultivate a positive employee experience. Jason will cover topics like making IT a partner, reducing friction with new rollouts, and creating a transparent process during implementations.



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                              8:00 am - 8:30 am – Registration & Breakfast
                                          8:30 am – 12:00 pm - Program


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