This presentation will provide an overview of the impact of Financial Illness in the workplace and how employers can assist employees with achieving physical health and Financial Wellness using personal economics through innovative solutions integrated with their current health and wellness program. Many individuals are unaware how their personal health habits can drain their finances. Understanding the connection between physical health and wealth is an important aspect of personal economics. Helping individuals to realize that they can achieve financial security by engaging and participating in many of the employer sponsored programs that exist today. The presentation will introduce a new innovative web-based tool that employers can use to help employees achieve Financial Wellness.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and looming regulatory changes that impact healthcare costs and liability for all US employers are causing organizations to rethink their workforce management strategies and technologies. New rules require greater visibility into the hours employees work, new strategies for planning schedules that adhere to the organization’s planned response to the ACA, and heightened levels of reporting at the individual, organizational, local and federal level. Without a solid strategic workforce management foundation and the right automated workforce management tools, organizations will struggle to comply and make the right choices when it comes to healthcare reform. In this webinar, Mollie Lombardi, vice president and principal analyst of Aberdeen Group’s Human Capital Management practice will share her latest research on workforce management strategy and technology.
The goal of employer workplace wellness efforts is to improve the employee behavioral, biomedical and safety risk factors (health risk factors) that are the primary drivers of the employee population cost associated with poor employee health. Unfortunately today, workplace wellness efforts, though certainly improving the health and quality of life of some employees, rarely achieve the workplace wellness goal of large-scale improvement in employee population health risk factors. In our presentation you will learn how to more fully accomplish this goal by boosting, or super-charging, the power of your workplace wellness strategy to engage employees, change behaviors and improve lives.
ADP invites you to join us for our latest event in a series focused on Health Care Reform – the dos and don’ts in managing your workforce.
The Health Care Reform law (also known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Affordable Care Act, or the “ACA”) has created new obligations for employers, the full force of which will take effect in 2015. However, employers should be paying attention to these rules now. They will soon need to be in a position to make decisions that will have a direct impact on the healthcare they will be offering. In 2015 and beyond, the requirements of the ACA are extremely complex and its legal implications extend well beyond ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS WEBCAST DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR CERTIFICATION CREDITS.
The Human Resources Certificate Institute (HRCI) sets HR professionals apart! HRCI certification demonstrates to peers and colleagues within the Human Resources profession that you are a recognized expert and have mastered the core HR principles. Earning an HR certification wreaks many benefits for both the employee and organization.
• Enhances your resume and candidacy. “One out of two recruiters prefer those (job applicants) with an HR certification” www.hrci.org.
• Certified professionals drive business through increased self- motivation, empowerment and confidence
• Certified professionals remain competitive in the workforce and raise their professional value
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• Uphold competitive advantage in the market place because of the mastery held by human capital
• Internal career advancement for certified staff reduces hiring and onboarding costs
• Clients have more confidence in the results of certified staff
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With the retirement plan landscape evolving, the fiduciary responsibility of managing a retirement plan falls to the employer.
“Driving Healthy Outcomes for Retirement Plans” is a presentation focusing on one company’s strategic plan to help employees achieve a healthier retirement outcome and promote financial wellness. The presentation outlines use of plan features and investment tools that make planning for retirement easier and help employees build healthier results and stronger retirement plans. The presentation also highlights significant financial benefits for the organization sponsoring the plan, a winning strategy for both plan sponsors and retirement plan participants. The case study which was conducted over a five year period on a company that implemented a strategy to drive participant outcomes also focuses on the return on investment to the company of helping employees become ready for retirement by normal retirement age. The presentation concludes with a discussion on the current retirement plan marketplace and what lies ahead for opportunities to enhance retirement readiness.
Size, as measured by employment, really does matter when it comes to employment-based health benefits. Employees in larger private establishments have health benefits available to them more frequently than their counterparts in smaller establishments. And among those with coverage, larger establishments see advantages in a variety of cost-sharing features, including premiums and deductibles. This presentation will provide data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics on the current state of health care benefits among the largest and the smallest establishments, which can serve as a benchmark to track changes that occur as the Affordable Care Act is implemented in the next few years.
Seismic changes are occurring in the legal landscape involving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. On June 26, 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued its highly anticipated decision in United States v. Windsor , holding that the Defense of Marriage Act ("DOMA") is unconstitutional on equal protection grounds. This decision followed previous expanded protections against sexual orientation and gender identity/expression discrimination at the federal, state and local levels. For example, the EEOC recently expanded its guidance on Title VII's definition of "sex" to include transgender employees. This paper covers important employment and benefits related information to keep employers up to date and avoid potential exposure and liability while dealing with these hot new issues.
Demographic, political and economic shifts are challenging human capital professionals as the relationship between employer and employee is being recalibrated. What role will employee benefits play in the future? How will companies compete for talent? How will employers motivate and engage their workforce?
Will a shift to defined contribution in healthcare cause a seismic change in focus to choice and flexibility? What role does the employer play in their workers’ health? What about the relationship between employee health and workforce productivity? Will technology revolutionize how employers can offer flexibility and choice to its workforce?
Dr. Leopold will delve into the key employee benefits challenges facing employers around the globe today and show the powerful – and universal – role that benefits leaders can play in helping their organizations successfully address them.