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Supplemental learning elements such as: audio/video files, tools and templates, articles and/or white papers
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Varies by course ranging from one to multiple sessions
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Supplemental learning elements such as: audio/video files, online quizzes
E-course materials start on the day of purchase
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120-day access starts on the day of purchase
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Using Data to Drive Total Rewards Decisions for 2021 and Beyond

December 3, 2020

An integrated approach to compensation, benefits, retirement, employee communications and workplace culture is always central to success, but what has worked in the past won’t necessarily be sufficient moving forward. By accessing and understanding the right information, you can empower your organization to take strategic action backed by data driven insights.

During this webinar, we will interpret and derive strategic findings from Gallagher’s proprietary sources and other data resources, all designed to help you confidently face the future.

We will review:

  • The COVID-19 impact to employers and how organizations have responded
  • How employers are making total rewards decisions and developing cost control strategies based on data
  • Actionable strategies to support holistic employee wellbeing, engagement and organizational sustainability

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John Jurik

National Practice Leader, Retirement Plan Consulting | Gallagher

John joined Gallagher in 2008 and has worked with a wide range of clients in a variety of industries to advise them on their retirement programs and help manage their fiduciary risk. He has worked directly with plan sponsors as a consultant and previously served as the Team Leader for Gallagher’s Chicago-based retirement plan consulting team.

John’s passion has always focused on helping organizations optimize their employees’ retirement plan experience and improve their overall financial wellbeing. In his current role, John focuses on ensuring our teams deliver on best practice strategies for both governance and financial wellbeing. He is a frequent speaker on retirement plan and financial wellbeing topics. Additionally, he is a member of a number of industry and provider advisory councils.


David Rowlee, PhD

Managing Director & Practice Leader | Gallagher

As the Managing Director & Practice Leader of Employee Engagement Surveys for Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consulting practice, David Rowlee oversees a team of highly skilled researchers and ensures the delivery of leading edge measurement capabilities, advanced empirical analyses and innovative research studies to inform the operations and strategies of our clients. David has more than 10 years of human capital research consulting experience with special emphasis in the field of survey research—including survey design, survey methodology, statistical analyses, and advanced behavioral modeling. David holds both Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Sociology from the University of South Carolina. In addition he holds a Professional Certificate of Demography from Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.


Kathleen Schulz, MS, CHES

Regional Vice President, Wellbeing & Engagement Practice Leader Northeast & Southeast Regions | Gallagher

Kathleen brings more than 20 years of experience in designing and implementing wellness, fitness, occupational health, EAP, benefits, and work/life programs. As the Northeast & Southeast Region’s Practice Leader, Kathleen works with Gallagher teams and clients to design holistic strategies to address the total employee value proposition – including all the dimensions of wellbeing, employee engagement and productivity.


Leah Vetter

Area President, Heartland Branch – IA, NE & SD | Gallagher

Leah joined Gallagher as a Health and Welfare producer through an acquisition of a local Nebraska agency in 2011. She has a stellar reputation and extensive background in the insurance industry. Upon joining Gallagher Leah continued to grow her book of business and steadily increased her leadership responsibilities by becoming Area Vice President of the Gallagher Omaha office in 2014 and then Area President for the Heartland Branch in March of 2017. In her current role as Area President, Leah is responsible for the overall management and profitability of six Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota locations. Her skill in the areas of strategic planning, talent management, organizational development and conflict resolution help her lead the Heartland Branch efficiently and effectively in continued growth and overall expansion. Leah was recognized in 2017 as Midlands Business Journal 40 Under 40 and in 2018 as one of the Top 20 Women in Benefit Advising by Employee Benefit Adviser Magazine.


Morgan Donnelly

Regional Marketing Manager, Northwest & Southwest Regions | Gallagher

Morgan Donnelly, MBA oversees Gallagher’s strategic marketing initiatives in the West. In this role, she creates and executes on Gallagher’s Better Works approach to organizational wellbeing consulting, bringing thought leaders together to help employers better attract and retain talent. She has held various roles, including Benefits Consulting at Gallagher over the last 8 years.

Prior to Gallagher, Morgan worked in non-profit marketing and development for both the American Red Cross and the Outdoors for All Foundation.

She holds a Master’s degree in Sustainable Business from Presidio Graduate School and a Bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University in Marketing and Business Administration.