The 4 C’s to a Strategic Benefits Approach



The 4 C’s to a Strategic Benefits Approach

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Despite the financial and employee impact, Benefits has a strong reputation of being a very tactile HR function.  Do you feel stuck in a transactional rut and unable able to move the strategic needle in your benefits efforts?  This program walks through the four proactive areas to focus your efforts in order to ensure you are working with a strategic benefits approach.

Basic Course Information

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to tie Benefits Strategies to company CULTURE.
  • Know how to build and leverage a COMMUNITY to support the company’s benefits programs.
  • Hear tips on staying attuned to COST trends in the market and monitoring costs within the benefits programs.
  • See how COMMUNICATION plays a big role in the success of a benefits program

Major Subjects

  • Culture
  • Benefits
  • Communication

Kimer Moore is a dedicated, results-driven Human Resources Leader with more than nineteen years in working in HR.  She has held various HR Leadership & Total Rewards roles at Anthelio Healthcare, Michaels Stores Inc., Samsung, and Ericsson Inc.

 Kimer has led many Compensation, Benefits, HR System and process initiatives throughout her career. During her time at Anthelio she was promoted to VP of HR and had oversight on various M&A activities and core HR strategies in performance management, succession planning, recruiting, and employee engagement.

 In 2017, Kimer started her consulting practice, Capriccio HR.  in 2017 Kimer started an independent consulting practice Capriccio offering strategic HR and Total Rewards services and solutions.

 Kimer has a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from the University of North Texas and an MBA in Human Resources Management from Amberton University.  She is actively engaged in the greater HR community and she has served as a volunteer leader with both the DallasHR and HRSouthwest organizations.



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