Host: Burt Rea, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Many organizations recognize the importance of employee well-being. But the vast majority are missing the biggest opportunity: integrating well-being into the design of work itself. We’ll discuss:
- Current drivers of the employee well-being trend, including the transformation of how health and well-being are defined.
- How future of work strategies may arm organizations with new ways to approach well-being at, and in, work.
- Case study examples of forward-looking organizations that consider well-being a driver of organizational performance.
Meet the speakers
Burt leads Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital Research & Sensing product offering, a membership subscription product for organizations and HR professionals providing an online digital destination for leading HR research, maturity models, tools, templates, diagnostics, and advisory support, as well as Workforce Sensing, a daily feed of emerging micro-trends and talent disruptions crowdsourced for relevance and impact, sorted by industry sector and job roles. Burt brings extensive knowledge advising leadership teams on managing transition and change to implement new strategies, processes, structures, and systems. He has led projects in organization and role design, change management, virtual work, employee and leadership training, communications, and talent strategies for numerous global companies.
As the chief well-being officer in the US, Jen drives the strategy and innovation around work-life, health, and wellness to empower Deloitte’s people to be well so they can perform at their best in both their professional and personal lives.
Pete leads total rewards research for Deloitte. Pete has a deep understanding of the various tools organizations use to attract, motivate, develop, and retain talent—from compensation and benefits to worker wellbeing programs to experience and actualization opportunities, among others. His experience, gained as in-house rewards professional for public companies and as a consultant, helps him understand the critical linkages between total rewards, human resource strategy, and overarching business objectives. Pete holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University.
Jill is a managing director in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Human Capital practice with more than 20 years of human resources and employee benefits consulting experience. She consults with employers regarding the strategy, design, and delivery of employee rewards programs. Her expertise includes working with clients to execute large-scale employee benefit plan delivery transitions. Jill is leading Deloitte Consulting’s point of view and advisory services in the area of well-being. Jill received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology, with distinction, from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and has a Master’s degree in business administration, with a Certificate in Human Resource Management, from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota.