February 3, 2021
Small businesses have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, but they are trying hard to stand by their people while doing everything they can to make it through the crisis. In this timely webinar, a panel of national experts discusses the specific challenges small businesses are facing and how they plan to approach employee benefits in the year ahead.
The panel also explores findings from the Unum 2021 Small Business Benefit Trends Report, which surveyed more than 300 businesses with under 250 employees across the United States.
Watch the webinar to learn:
Editor in Chief, Inc.
Scott Omelianuk recently joined Inc. as Editor in Chief, where he oversees the brand’s recognition programs, events, and content, and is charged with creating new lines of business to support the entrepreneurial community. Though in the role for less than a year, he has already redesigned Inc.’s digital and print properties, launched a data product for firms looking to invest in small businesses, partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on a series of SMB town halls and created its breakout Best in Business franchise. Honored with Ad Age A-List and Media Vanguard awards, Scott is a sought-after speaker on entrepreneurship, marketing and branding.
Vice President of Small Business, Unum
Shea Treadway is Unum's Vice President of small business. In this role, he leads the company's development and execution of strategy focused on taking care of the unique employee-benefit needs of small employers and their advisers. Treadway began his career with Unum in 2001 and has worked in leadership positions throughout the organization.
This new guide explores how employee expectations for leave have changed, the four essentials of a future-ready leave program, and how to build a strategy that lasts.