We spoke with Ann about what she’s hearing from employees, the engagement and impact she’s seeing from Maven, and why Great Place to Work is expanding to invest in Maven’s new Parenting & Pediatrics program.
With 20 years experience in the world of employee benefits, Debbie Westover calls herself “the world’s biggest benefits geek”.
Connecting the world through games is a lofty mission, and it’s one social game developer Zynga Inc.’s employees feel excited and inspired by everyday.
When digital media company BuzzFeed’s employees asked for cutting-edge, inclusive family benefits with support and on-demand care at every stage of their journeys, their HR and Benefits leaders turned to Maven.
Lucy Avsharyan, Global Benefits Manager at leading talent and entertainment firm United Talent Agency, shares why Maven has made all the difference in retaining and empowering working parents.
A cutting-edge tech company with a predominately millennial workforce, Snap Inc. needed a family benefits solution that offered comprehensive, patient-first support on a modern platform.
Todd McCafferty, Benefits Manager at White & Case LLP, shares the impact Maven has made on his employees and company culture.
Bart Trench, Head of Benefits and Wellness at Protective Life, shares why partnering with Maven is a “win-win” for the company and its employees.
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Here are the key takeaways from the conversation between Rahab Hammad, Snap Inc.’s Senior Manager of Benefits and Karsten Vagner, Maven’s SVP of People.
While the burden of addressing SDOH does not fall on any one group alone, healthcare payers and health systems are uniquely positioned to make an outsized impact on social determinants of health for their members through virtual care.
As employers prepare for the future of work, it’s essential to understand where their benefits fall short so they can build a program that ensures parents and families have the resources and financial protections necessary to thrive.