E2E (aka Compliance Camp)
March 18, 2020
It is with a heavy heart to share that we have decided to postpone our Employer 2 Employer (E2E) event scheduled for May 6, 2020.
This event has a long history with us and has become an anticipated event for many. However, given the fluid nature of our nations battle with COVID-19, we felt it best to postpone it for now. We will continue to monitor the situation and share information pertinent to the services we provide with our customers, as available.
Be well … STAY WELL!
Bill Shock, Executive Vice President
The Unland Companies
As an employer, we are here to help other employers develop, manage, and administer benefit plans that help recruit and retain the talent that we all need. At our E2E 2019 in May, we heard from leading professionals we rely on for HR Compliance, Benchmarking, and New Concepts.
Watch the videos below for a quick refresh or to catch up on what you missed!
Inspiration – Kurt White
Living Life to the Fullest as a Handicapable Person
Kurt White shares an inspirational message on “Living Life to the Fullest as a Handicapable Person” at Unland Companies E2E 2019 May event. Using humorous accounts from his own life, White shares how he faced and overcame challenges in life by utilizing his God-given talents to the best of his abilities, making a commitment to overcome life’s obstacles, and not being afraid to try just about anything. His encouraging message will empower you in your day-to-day business activities and help all the members of your team reach their full potential.
Benchmarking – Todd Reed and Kelsey Riley, MetLife
What do your employees really want?
Todd Reed and Kelsey Riley, MetLife, provide valuable insight into what employees, employers and brokers are seeing and really want in the workplace today. They discuss today’s benefit landscape, benefits for the modern employer, what attracts employees, financial wellness: employers supporting employees, working remote: the home as an extension of the workplace, and career pathing: defining what a “career” means today.
Manage – Jennifer Gamboa, Sustainable Health Index
Jennifer Gamboa shares her passion for empowering people to own their health. She addresses how changes in healthcare have put businesses in the middle of the healthcare business, how healthcare expenditures more than doubled for businesses between 1999 and 2016, and what businesses can do to manage the risk through fitness, movement, nutrition and stress management initiatives.
Compliance Corner – Steve Buck, Attorney at Quinn, Johnston, Henderson, Pretorius & Cerulo
Steve Buck, attorney at Quinn, Johnston, Henderson, Pretorius & Cerulo, shares the newest government rules and regulations in Employment Law. Topics include the 2019 Department of Labor’s overtime rule and what employers need to do to comply, the increase to Illinois minimum wage and how it affects each year until it reaches $15 in 2025, several new Illinois statutes, and currently pending legislation and how it may help or affect your business. Additional acts touched on include amendments to the Employee Expense Reimbursement Act, the Illinois Human Rights Act, the Nursing Mothers in the Workplace Act, the Illinois Equal Pay Act, and the No Stalking, No Contact Act.
Illinois Legislative Updates – Evan Manning, Independent Insurance Agents of Illinois
Evan Manning, Government Relations Manager at Independent Insurance Agents of Illinois, provides Illinois legislative updates including Illinois’ new constitutional officers, the new Insurance Director – Robert Muriel, and the breakdown of Senate and House members in the Illinois General Assembly. Issues covered include Health Insurance – Illinois Marketplace, ACA, MCO Assessment, and Medicaid Buy-In, and Workers Compensation Repose.
Administer & Manage – Steven Walter, Professional Benefit Administrators
Steve Walter, Executive Vice President of PBA, talks about TPA and common healthcare inflators such as Mega Mergers, physician consolidation, ACA, and the elimination of pre-existing conditions and the lifetime maximum. Steve also address how hospital costs are relatively flat, yet charges billed continue to increase. He discusses what employers can do to control costs and what TPAs can bring to the table.
HR is one of those issues you need to get right. But if you don’t have your own HR staff (or even if you do!) Unland is here to help. If you missed this E2E event, the good news is you can still see the presentations, covering topics like digital benefits administration, using data mining with your employer-sponsored health plan, working with different generations, #metoo and more right here.