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The last few months have provided a whirlwind of activity around the ACA. Even though the ACA replacement bill failed to go to vote in the House, discussions & debates continue. For now, the ACA remains law, yet it is evolving. Some parts of the ACA will likely be transformed while other parts will likely die.
What will it mean for you? ERISA attorney and Healthcare Reform expert Dan Kuperstein will provide the legal interpretation and street-level guidance you need, including:
Financial woes = low productivity + high stress. Employers can gain increased productivity and a more focused, satisfied workforce by giving employees tools to more effectively manage their personal finances, including healthcare costs. Employers can enhance their benefit offering with resources in:
Financial wellness expert Matthew Bahl from Prudential shares insights on these and other benefits of enhancing your benefits program.
From Prescription Drug Reform to Tax Reform to Medicare for All, we’ve seen a lot of new rules and regulations coming out of Washington, D.C. What does this mean for your organization’s health and welfare benefits plans? Our panel of experts in employee benefits legislation will discuss:
Industry expert Nicholas Park explores the top 6 emerging Voluntary Benefits that employees are asking for, using and appreciating. Attendees will hear why Voluntary Benefits are an important offering to your workforce, serving both your organization and their individual needs. He will also expound on the top 6 Voluntary Benefit products of today, offer industry measurements & markers, and delve into a case-in-point.
Stress is key for survival, but too much stress can be detrimental. Unresolved stress in the workplace can swiftly turn a productive, motivated employee into a disengaged resource. Research suggests that companies are losing between 20-25% of their revenue each year due to disengaged employees. This presentation will teach how to spot a disengaged employee and the economic consequences of failing to do so.
Participants will understand how to:
Employers struggle to manage absence, statutory leaves and reasonable accommodations. State and federal FMLA, ADA and ADAAA pose particular challenges for employers. A host of state and local leave laws also exist, including an increasing number of paid sick leave and paid family and medical leave.
In this seminar, Abigail O’Connell, Senior Counsel at Sun Life Financial, will review the requirements of each and other important leave and accommodation laws. She will discuss the major risks and liabilities employers can face as a result of recent DOL/EEOC rulings and jury awards related to FMLA and ADA. This session will also present common scenarios highlighting the pitfalls of ineffectively administering FMLA and ADA leaves.