"To have a meaningful impact on a business’s bottom line, employers must take a holistic view of employee wellness and engage their staff on an individual level."
PENSACOLA BEACH, FLA. (PRWEB) June 07, 2018
Green Circle Health (GCH) announced that its founder and CEO Dinesh Sheth will speak at the Society for Human Resources Management’s 2018 Conference and Expo. Sheth will present alongside Matt Harmon, vice president of global benefits and HRIS, customer satisfaction, in their session examining how employers can build a culture of health and wellness to engage employees and lower overall healthcare costs on Monday, June 18, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. CST at McCormick Place in Chicago. GCH is the provider of the GCH platform, a web- and mobile-based service for employers to engage their employees to better utilize company benefits and services, and for employees and their families to manage health records, improve physical, emotional and financial wellness and lower overall healthcare costs.
Hosted by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), the world’s largest HR society including 285,000 members in 165 countries, the annual SHRM conference brings together more than 16,000 professionals in the benefits, compensation and HR industry to explore emerging trends and technologies. Sheth and Harmon, during their session, will examine how employers can build a corporate culture of health and wellness designed to engage employees and reduce absenteeism, presenteeism and overall healthcare costs. In addition to their presentation, GCH will exhibit their recently enhanced award-winning HR benefits and services dashboard and mobile app at booth #3407 throughout the conference, June 17-20.
As the founder and CEO of Green Circle Health, Sheth oversees the business direction, operations, partnerships and deployment of the company’s innovative HR benefits app designed to engage employees with corporate wellness initiatives. Leveraging his extensive business acumen and knowledge of mobile communication, remote monitoring technology, human dynamics and business process and workflow optimization, he created the GCH platform to help employers offer a personalized experience to each employee unique to any business’s corporate culture, improving employee engagement and wellbeing while driving overall profitability.
“To have a meaningful impact on a business’s bottom line, employers must take a holistic view of employee wellness and engage their staff on an individual level,” said Sheth. “At the end of our session, I hope attendees walk away with a greater understanding of an employees’ need for support not only managing their physical wellbeing, but mental, emotional and fiscal health as well, and how they can bring work-life balance into a competitive environment.”