Ed Smithson, head of engagement and client technology at Conduent HR Services, says: “It’s as much about the overall strategy that the [organisation] is deploying and the roll-out of the various elements of that strategy; it’s key that those visual elements are thought about, and correctly and appropriately placed within that strategy.”
Turning Insight into Action: Our Next Webinar
Health and Retirement Policy under the Trump Administration and 115th Congress: The Next Chapter or a New Book?
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. ET | 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CT | 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. PT
As we turn the page in the nation’s capital, employers want to know what legislative, regulatory and executive actions are likely to occur — and when.
Join us as our speakers provide an outlook on 2017. We’ll explore what the future may hold and potential impacts on the Affordable Care Act, employer-sponsored benefit programs, and employment and labor matters. We’ll also offer insights and tips to help you navigate through:
- Plan design decisions
- Reporting and disclosure responsibilities
- Communication and engagement opportunities
- Enforcement priorities
- Audit and litigation risks
Allison Klausner, JD Principal, Government Relations Leader Conduent Human Resource Services Allison Klausner is a Principal with the firm and serves as the Government Relations Leader for our Knowledge Resource Center. Allison’s primary responsibility is to help clients and consultants understand important legislative and regulatory developments in the HR and employee benefits field.
Amy Dunn, JD Principal, Compliance Consulting Center Conduent Human Resource Services Amy Dunn is a Principal and compliance expert in Conduent’s Compliance Consulting Center. Amy is experienced in interpreting the impact of federal, state and local regulations on employer health and welfare plans. She has been a nationally featured public speaker and trainer at numerous benefits seminars and conferences.
Will Hansen, JD Senior Vice President, Retirement Policy The ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC) Will Hansen leads ERIC’s efforts to develop and advocate for retirement and compensation public policy priorities for member companies. Will has served as the Executive Director of the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee. He also has experience in the private sector overseeing employee benefit programs as an employee benefits attorney supporting litigation on ERISA cases.R
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