VP, Benefits, Culture, M&A and Mobility
Samanntha DuBridge is a health care and Human Resources expert with more than 20 years’ experience working in the technology and health care industries. She is currently Vice President of Global Benefits, Culture/Employee Experience, HR Mergers & Acquisitions and Employee Mobility at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). In her role, Samanntha is responsible for driving strategy and execution across a range of topics, including building the HPE culture, creating an engaging team member experience, enabling the workplace of the future, and supporting the HPE talent strategy through design, development and compliance of all HPE benefits and mobility programs worldwide. She focuses on balancing shareholder value with accelerating HPE objectives to enhance the company’s competitive position to recruit, retain and optimize performance of the best talent. She’s passionate about creating programs and services that deliver a world-class experience for HPE team members and their families, supporting the whole person across the spectrum of wellbeing including behavioral health. She also leads the HR team’s support for Mergers & Acquisitions from due diligence through to deal close and management of change, ensuring effective integration and alignment to maximize the impact and value of each deal.
Continuing to lessen stigma in mental health is even more important and urgent than I thought.
Medical and wellness.
We've created a multi-pronged medical and pharmacy strategy based on data that has significantly reduced our healthcare trend.
Medical, oncology and musculoskeletal, specialty pharmacy.
Health navigation/advocacy, mental health approaches.
We have introduced our Future of Work - Edge to Office, which is a hybrid environment.
Headspace was the most valuable, but we did roll out other wellness programs.
The barriers we saw to accessing traditional health care resources helped create new openness to alternative forms of care, including virtual care, telemedicine, and health improvement resources available through trusted online sources.