Gilsbar Leader to Speak at the 25th Annual Benefits Forum and Expo

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Doug Layman, executive vice president of Gilsbar, to speak to the 25th Annual Benefits Forum and Expo attendees.

Gilsbar, one of the nation’s fastest growing, privately-held health and benefit management organizations, is set to address top benefits and human resources executives at the 25th Annual Benefits Forum and Expo September 9 – 11, 2012 at the JW Desert Ridge Marriott in Phoenix, Arizona.

Doug Layman, executive vice president at Gilsbar, will present at 3:45 p.m. on Monday, September 10, 2012, on his session titled “Engaged or Enraged? It’s a Fine Line.”

During his presentation, conference attendees will learn the subtle differences between enabling a “me too” entitlement attitude, versus cultivating a high engagement, high performance culture in the workplace. Mr. Layman will share his vision and experience in doing just that in this fascinating session that explores the connection between good health and good business. He'll cover the issues surrounding presenteeism, signs of trouble in paradise, what employee satisfaction surveys don’t tell you and the costs associated with disengaged employees, wrapping up with tangible strategies for building a highly engaged, healthy and productive workforce.

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About Gilsbar
Gilsbar® is one of the largest, privately-held health and benefit management organizations in the country. Through its Health Plan Management, MedCom Care Management, and Care Advocates divisions, Gilsbar® improves the health and well-being of its members, while delivering long-term cost containment solutions for its clients. Gilsbar® has been honored by Inc. magazine for its sustained growth, Modern Healthcare and Business Insurance magazines as a Best Place to Work, and WELCOA and the American Heart Association for its proven wellness methodology. For more information, visit

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