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Ian Schaeffer will be a Featured Panelist at SHRM-GP Event
Author: Lora Drummond
Medicare Transition Specialist
We are pleased to announce Ian Schaeffer, our founder, and CEO, will be included as a featured panelist for an upcoming SHRM-GP event on March 31.
March 31 Live Event has been Cancelled – We will post updates to the blog when the event is rescheduled.
The event, a SHRM-GP HR Department of One Special Interest Group panel event, Why You Need to Rethink Your Benefits Package will provide discussion about unique options for benefit packages for hire, retention, and retirement.
We would be delighted if you join us in attending.
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