The changing landscape of small business benefits

Webinar (February 23, 2021)

Free Guide — The Essential Small Business Benefits Guide

Benefits can make a big difference for small businesses. Our free comprehensive guide covers options for protecting your employees at little or no cost to you.

Small businesses have been acutely challenged during the COVID-19 pandemic. From adapting to remote work to protecting employees, employers have had to adapt to face the unexpected more than ever.

In this webinar, benefits and human resources thought leaders explore key findings the 2021 Small Business Benefits Report, offer insights into how women-owned businesses have responded to hardship and discuss best practices for staying competitive.

About the speakers

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Jill Sasso, SHRM-SCP

Vice President, Human Resources, Governance & Programs, WBENC 

Jill Sasso is responsible for strategic human resource planning and alignment of human resource strategies with organizational vision and mission at the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). In addition, she leads the strategic planning and execution of WBENC programs and oversees the WBENC Board of Directors governance functions. Jill joined the WBENC team in 2016 after serving as Senior Vice President on the leadership team of a large WBENC-certified, women-owned firm. 
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Steven Vermette

Vice President, Colonial Life

Steven Vermette is a vice president at Colonial Life. He has over three decades of experience in the benefits industry and now serves as National Public Sector Sales Leader for Colonial Life. His vision and ability to identify trends has allowed Colonial Life and its clients to adapt to the ever-changing landscape. From technology to enrollment, Vermette has an acute understanding of how voluntary benefits both protect employees and empower employers to thrive.
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Joey Price, MS HRMD

Founder, Jumpstart:HR and Host, Business, Life, and Coffee Podcast

Joey Price is an award-winning, start-up CEO of Jumpstart:HR and host of the Business, Life, and Coffee Podcast based in Baltimore, Maryland. He has spent over 12 years in the HR industry and spends much of his time solving HR challenges in the areas of workplace culture, small team HR ops, and HR tech. Joey is an advisor to the HRM Department at the Forbes School of Business & Technology and his podcast weekly business leader success podcast was downloaded in over 100 countries in 2020. Follow Joey on all social channels at @joeyvpriceHR

Colonial Life products are underwritten by Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company, Columbia, SC. Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company is not licensed in New York. In New York, insurance products are underwritten by The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, Worcester, MA, and administered by Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company.