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VP Total Rewards,
KinderCare Education, LLC
Sponsor Spotlight: KinderCare Education - Total Rewards = Total 401(k) Impact!
Guest: Sarah Redgrave
Here is another Sponsor Spotlight episode, where we interview an employer who took a different approach or strategy to change participant behaviors and outcomes. In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Sarah Redgrave, the Vice President of Total Rewards at KinderCare Education. Sarah shares a unique approach she and her team took to integrate the 401(k) plan communication into their new total rewards strategy. While the campaign had some surprising and positive results, the real benefit of this episode is Sarah’s introspective, honest and motivational thoughts she shares with employers on finding your north star, blazing new trails and bravery in business. Finally, be sure to stick around after the interview for a new closing segment called the 401(k) Fridays Fiduciary Fact and Folly.
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Sarah has over 15 years of international experience in benefits, compensation, internal communication, and change management.
Currently she is accountable for the Total Rewards programs within KinderCare Education, a provider of early chilcare education with 30,000 employees across the United States.
Previously, she was accountable for Eddie Bauer’s Benefits, Compensation, Employee Communication, and Recognition Programs across the US, Canada, and Hong Kong.
Prior to Eddie Bauer, she helped to build and lead the Communication and Change Management Practice at Hymans Robertson, a UK-based HR consulting firm. She spent five years as a communication consultant for Eckler Partners in Toronto, a pension and benefit consulting firm, where she consulted to clients across a wide variety of industries; and provided solutions that helped keep employees informed and engaged through times of significant cut-backs.