Bank of America and their Integrated Wellness Approach
Join us for our August membership meeting on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, and learn how a large financial services company is impacting the everyday lives of its teammates and the bottom line.
a. Overview of the program: At Bank of America, our mission is to make financial lives better through every connection, including through the health & wellness of our teammates.
b. We believe that delivering a comprehensive and integrated benefits program that supports the overall well-being of our teammates provides us a strategic advantage in attracting, retaining and developing a workforce that will make financial lives better.
c. Delivering a comprehensive health and wellness program is not easy, however, an effective strategy and the right approach can have a positive impact on the professional and personal lives of teammates and the company’s bottom line.
This presentation discusses Bank of America’s approach and will give you one example of how corporate health and wellness programs can have an impact.
Areas of Focus:
a. Our Mission
b. Wellness Activities
c. Health Coaches
d. Physical activity programs
e. Healthy food choices
a. Learn how delivering an effective health and wellness strategy can be leveraged in support of the goals of the company
b. Demonstrate the impact of health and wellness programs
Presenters: Anne Oxrider & Matthew Ponicall
Anne B. Oxrider, Senior Benefits Consultant
Anne Oxrider is a Senior Vice President and Senior Benefits Consultant for Bank of America responsible for designing wellness programs for employees globally, with a primary focus on over 400,000 U.S. employees and family members.
Anne joined NationsBank (predecessor to Bank of America) in 1993 as a management associate in Charlotte, North Carolina. She worked in Baltimore, Maryland and San Francisco, California on merger and acquisition teams and managed the Management Associate Program for the company’s Technology & Operations division prior to assuming roles in Global Human Resources. Anne’s primary role in Global HR before joining the Benefits team was leadership and employee engagement for Global HR initiatives and programs worldwide.
Anne earned her B.A. from Bucknell University. She resides in Charlotte, N.C. with her husband and three children.
Matthew Ponicall, SVP, Senior Benefits Consultant
Matt Ponicall is a Senior Vice President on the Bank of America benefits team. He is responsible for all programs under the Physical Wellbeing portfolio, including our medical plans, prescription drug vendor, retiree health and several other health and insurance programs. Matt is also responsible for the development of our long-term physical wellbeing strategy as well as the financial management of our plans. Matt has been with the bank for a year and a half.
Prior to that he worked at Wells Fargo as their Benefits Planning and Strategy Manager as well as Willis Towers Watson as a health and welfare consultant where his focus was on benefits strategy, plan management, retiree medical, financial management and merger and acquisition work. He also consulted to Bank of America for over 8 years during his time at Willis Towers Watson. Matt has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Communications from Old Dominion University.
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