Addressing student loan debt is a growing concern of organizations across the U.S., and many are exploring repayment programs. The presentation will outline working through the idea phase; implementing the program; tracking success through data analytics; working with a new vendor; addressing cyber security concerns; collaborating with internal teams; deciding what the payment structure would be; evaluating the cost, communications and rollout; using the data to evaluate financial success for the employees (e.g. increase to employee 401(k) contributions or HSA contributions); and ultimately determining employee attraction and retention. Takeaways from the meeting will include:
Thursday, July 16, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern Time
FREE - Chapter Member
$25 - Non-Member
$20 -2020 CEBS Student/Graduate
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Jill Mongelluzzo, GBA
Director, Benefits Strategy
Brooklyn, New York
Ms. Mongelluzzo is a strategic benefits partner for U.S. based operations at National Grid, a global energy and utility company employing over 17,000 union and management employees. In her current role, she drives the strategic direction of the health and welfare benefits for the company’s diverse multigenerational workforce. Ms. Mongelluzzo directs the design, implementation and education of benefit plans and programs.
Ms. Mongelluzzo has been a volunteer with the IFEBP as a member of the Corporate Board since 2015 and serving as the Board’s chairperson in 2018 and 2019. She has also served on the ISCEBS Symposium planning committee and Healthcare Management Conference planning committee and presented at both the ISCEBS Symposium and at her local ISCEBS chapter in New York City.