Many employers are adopting Lifestyle Spending Accounts (LSAs) as a key business objective to support their diverse, global workforce. LSAs offer a new level of flexibility for employees by giving them the freedom to choose what matters most. Furthermore, a holistic LSA program helps remove the administration burdens presented to HR leaders in implementing, launching, and managing countless point solutions. The options for LSAs are endless and ultra-customizable, helping employers stay nimble and adapt quickly in response to ever-changing demands.
Watch this on-demand webinar to gain insights from Janet Mertens (Vice President of Research at The Josh Bersin Company) and Jason Fan (CEO and Co-founder at Forma) for an LSAs crash course. We will share results from the 2022 Lifestyle Spending Accounts (LSAs) benchmark report, as well as some success stories from Forma’s customers to see how they leverage LSAs to personalize employee benefits at scale.
- Why employers are adopting Lifestyle Spending Accounts (LSAs)
- Customization and benchmarks of LSA design: how to optimize for employee choice and flexibility
- How to repurpose your benefits budget for LSAs
Vice President of Research at The Josh Bersin Company
Janet Mertens is the Vice President, Research at The Josh Bersin Company. In this role, Ms. Mertens conducts empirical research on a variety of topics related to work and leads the development of actionable insights for today’s talent executives. Her current areas of study include the future of talent acquisition, organizational health and wellbeing, and the reinvention of human resources. Ms. Mertens has over 20 years of experience advising organizations in areas of strategy and management, enterprise learning, and human resources.
CEO and founder of Forma
Jason Fan is an HR technology entrepreneur focused on transforming the way companies provide employee benefits. As founder and CEO of Forma, a modern benefits platform, Jason aims to modernize how benefits are delivered to employees through personalized spending accounts. Jason started his company in 2017 and since then has grown it to more than 135 employees across 30+ cities.