Educational Resources for Busy Professionals
Aug. 28 & 29
HR Rocks @ HR Florida
Conference & Expo
for New York Employers
How to Gain Control of Your School’s Health Plan Costs
More to Compliance
Than the ACA
Learn from respected insurance experts while you earn SHRM PDCs and/or HRCI continuing education credits. Our continuing education events for C-level executives and HR management are presented in a variety of formats and deliver easy-to-understand, actionable information on employee benefits compliance, health and wellness, cost control strategies, and other health & welfare and Property & Casualty insurance hot topics.
Always very informative & I take plenty of what I’ve learned back to the office.HR Administrator
The breakout sessions were great, I will be adding a few technology pieces.Director of Human Resources
Corporate Synergies always allows me to feel ahead of the HR game.Director of Human Resources
The presentations were informative and very helpful. Loved the energy!HR Director
I enjoyed the positive attitude with each speaker.Human Resources Clerk
The speakers are all experts in their field and helpful in explaining material.HR Administrator
On Demand Webinars
The new President and Congress support legislation encouraging healthcare consumerism by expanding the availability & flexibility of consumer-driven health plans. Accordingly, now is an important time to understand the recent changes to the rules on CDHPs and to refresh on their compliance requirements.
The long-awaited ACA replacement bill failed to go to vote through The House. While the ACA survives, it will likely evolve. In this webinar, ERISA attorney Dan Kuperstein will discuss what happened with the failed repeal and replace initiative, and how the ACA will survive and change under the Trump Administration.
In this webinar you’ll learn how other Independent Schools have used Captivated Health to take control of their healthcare plans and create a climate of health, well-being and consumerism while saving money with virtually no disruption to faculty and staff.
President-elect Trump and Congress have declared the end of the Affordable Care Act, but their replacement plan could take as long as 3 years to go into effect. That means that employers need to comply in 2017 (and likely in 2018).
In this webinar, ERISA attorney Dan Kuperstein discusses recent ACA developments & guidance for 2017, rules impacting ACA affordability determinations & new Information Reporting requirements, increased penalties, and insights on the Presidential impact of healthcare.
After several years of confusion on how employers can properly design their wellness plans, the EEOC finally released clarifying regulations. ERISA attorney Dan Kuperstein will help answer common questions on these new wellness plan rules coordinated with requirements of ACA wellness plan regulations.
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