Mike Pierce

Vice President Lockton

I am a husband, father, cyclist and coffee drinker. Please feel free to connect with me here on LinkedIn to discuss employee benefits, total rewards, navigate DallasHR, schedule a ride or grab coffee.

Mike Pierce is a Vice President at Lockton, the world’s largest independent insurance brokerage. His specialty is helping companies with their employee benefits programs and strategies. Specifically in the area of health, welfare and retirement.

His strategies and methods have helped employers ensure they are getting maximum return on their employee benefits spend. As well as ensuring their employee benefit philosophies and programs are aligned with the overall business goals.

Mike also serve as a volunteer leader with DallasHR and volunteer at Highland Park United Methodist Church. In his work with DallasHR he is the President-Elect and sits on the Operations Board.

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Mike Pierce - I look forward to being in Oklahoma City Activity

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I look forward to being in Oklahoma City next week for the OKHR Annual Conference. It'll be a great time of fellowship and learning as we spend a few days together. We're sponsoring the certification lounge, and I have a slot to speak during the conference.

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Mike Pierce - I attended an informative breakfast meeting

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I attended an informative breakfast meeting at Dallas Regional Chamber with Rebecca Trevino speaking about what Texas is doing about water. It's fascinating how this topic drives more economic action than most in Texas think.

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Mike Pierce -Most employers have strategy meetings around activity.

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Most employers have strategy meetings around their health plans this time of year, and inevitably, they want to find ways to save money. A cost containment strategy that every employer, regardless of size, should examine is navigation.

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