Author Archive: Julie Stich, CEBS

About Julie Stich, CEBS

Vice President, Content at the International Foundation

Favorite Foundation Product:Our Talking Benefits podcast!

Benefits Related Topics She’ll Happily Discuss: Issues involving mental health, financial well-being, innovative benefits, trends and new regulations (yes, she proudly admits she’s a benefits “nerdthusiast”!).  

Favorite Foundation Conference Moment: Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour’s closing session at the 2018 U.S. Annual Conference. Also, really likes being in a booth at whichever conference, and chatting with members.

Personal Insight: A history buff, Julie enjoys traveling to major U.S. landmarks. She is also a life-long Trekker, and will correct you if you mistakenly call her a “Trekkie.” 

Building (or Reevaluating) a Benefits Package for Today’s and Tomorrow’s Workforce

Building (or Reevaluating) a Benefits Package for Today’s and Tomorrow’s Workforce

After 15 months, it’s looking like we’re heading into a period of time we can legitimately call “postpandemic.” We’ve been seeing, hearing and reading about what this new era will… Read more >

Encourage Inclusivity and Flexibility With Proactive Employee Benefits

Encourage Inclusivity and Flexibility With Proactive Employee Benefits

The pandemic has brought new workforce situations requiring new solutions to the forefront of our daily lives. Innovative and proactive employee benefits can answer some of these current challenges. We’re… Read more >

COVID-19: Don’t Forget Your EAP

COVID-19: Don’t Forget Your EAP

Listen to this content here. Self-quarantine. Shelter in place. Safe at home. Social distancing. Asymptomatic carrier. Novel coronavirus. New phrases that have become an everyday part of our lexicon. We’re… Read more >

The SECURE Act—What Employers Need to Know

The SECURE Act—What Employers Need to Know

On December 20, 2019, President Trump signed the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2020, an appropriations law to fund certain federal agencies through September 30, 2020. This law included bipartisan… Read more >