Small business owners know it’s a big responsibility to make sense of the health insurance options for employees and offer them the best plans available. The challenge can become even greater due to the annual changes in insurance requirements, guidelines and trends. It’s important to stay on top of things to continually make the best choices for the company.
Now, there’s an opportunity to better understand this complex issue. The Health Benefits & Compliance Conference, which takes place at Livonia’s VisTaTech Center on September 13, will bring attendees up to speed on health insurance in the post-Affordable Care Act world. Here are some of the insights the event will provide:
- Learn about new trends, like how private exchanges can help small businesses save money while still offering great benefits to employees
- Understand how technology can help streamline health care
- Clear up confusion on topics like the new overtime wage requirements
- Get an update on the current compliance measures
- Be inspired by other small businesses that have creative perks for employees
The tools and techniques covered will be specifically geared towards organizations with less than 100 employees.
The morning agenda is as follows:
|7:30 am||Networking & Breakfast|
|8:15 am||Opening Remarks|
|8:20 am||Overtime Rules Have Changes…
Are You Compliant?
Maria Dwyer, Clark Hill PLC
|8:40 am||ACA Employer Compliance Update
Fritz Teutsch, President & Joe Aitchison, Vice-President, BASIC
|9:10 am||Networking Break|
|9:20 am||Panel Discussion: Engaging Employees on a Shoestring Budget|
|10:00 am||Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan: Update on New Offerings and Solutions
Aaron MacDonald. BCBSM/BCN
|11:00 am||Closing Remarks|
Reserve your space by heading to the MichBusiness website (ticket prices will be raised from $45 to $85 after August 31, so sign up early!). For more information, contact Jennifer Werner at 888-277-6464.
If you’d like to learn more about improving the health and wellness of your employees, check out these other blogs:
- Creating a Workplace Wellness Culture
- Fresh Produce in the Office Means a Better Employee Diet
- Wellness Programs: A Smart Investment in Your Company’s Future
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