3 steps to supercharge employee benefits on a budget with Lifestyle Spending Accounts
Gain insight into how you can build a successful flexible benefits program, while being mindful of your budget, with a case study from Forma customer Guild.
Flexible benefits and Lifestyle Spending Accounts (LSAs) are becoming increasingly popular in 2023.
Employees are seeking the flexibility to choose and use benefits that are meaningful to them (from financial wellness, mental health, tuition reimbursement to family planning). Meanwhile, employers are looking to balance providing personalized support at scale that adds value and is cost-effective. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how to build a successful flexible benefits program.
The three key ways that you can supercharge benefits on a budget with LSAs are to:
- Analyze current benefit programs including employee feedback, utilization, and spend to see how they’re working.
- Align with stakeholders/ leaders on your benefit goals early and often to gain support and approval.
- Give employees the power of choice with a broad lifestyle spending account.
Benefits Program Manager at Guild
Dominique Schroeder is the Benefits Program Manager at Guild Education and is charged with creating holistic benefits and leave programs that are innovative, grounded in DEI, and improve the employee experience.
She brings extensive experience in managing employee benefits, leave of absence, people operations, and employee communication programs to the team at Guild. In her role, she has led the company’s DEI benefits assessment and launched the first annual in-house employee benefits survey. She has also implemented new medical plans, financial well-being programs, family and caregiver benefits, and a number of paid leave of absence programs to support the needs of a diverse workforce.
Dominique holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Denver and is working towards her CEBs designation.
Team Lead, Benefits Strategy at Forma
As a benefits strategy leader, Megan brings forward a wealth of benefits experience to the Forma team. Previously, she held roles at Sequoia and Unum and has a longstanding history working in the benefits industry. At Forma, Megan takes a consultative leadership role in advising our customers and helping them build meaningful, flexible benefits programs for their workforce.