After a failed attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare, what comes next? Will President Trump find a way to work with Congress on a new solution or will the ACA remain for the foreseeable future? Join the conversation as Jim Klein from the American Benefits Council and James Slotnick, AVP of Government Relations with Sun Life, discuss the possible scenarios ahead.
As the demographics of the American workforce change due to population, economic, and social trends, employers need to effectively tailor messages to reach different groups, including women, foreign-born workers, older workers, and part-timers. During this session, you’ll get valuable and practical tips from our panel of communication experts.
…people with disabilities are the largest minority group in the United States, and as new disability categories such as neurodiversity, psychiatric disabilities, disabilities of aging and learning disabilities emerge and grow, so does that percentage.
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, “Being Disabled,” New York Times (August 19, 2016)
The role of technology is growing exponentially in employee benefits, with an array of new platforms and partners emerging every year. Join a dynamic conversation as our thought leaders discuss these questions: How far have we really come in the past 10 years? What does the future of employee benefits look like? And with everything changing so fast, how can you keep up with the latest solutions?