Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Webinar on common employer compliance mistakes and how to avoid them

Senn Dunn Insurance invites you to participate in an Assurex Global webinar on June 30, 2011 from 3:00 to 4:00 PM EST.
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This session will cover common employee benefit compliance mistakes made by employers, and provide practical suggestions on how to avoid or correct them. The issues covered include areas that create real legal, financial, and regulatory risks to employers. Specific mistakes discussed will include:
• Improper handling of benefits during an employee’s FMLA leave
• Confusion between Section 125 status change rules and HIPAA special enrollment requirements
• Failure to file timely 5500s for short plan years
• Lack of a proper Section 125 plan document for premium only plans
• Common COBRA mistakes including improper delivery of the initial general notice

The topics in this webinar are applicable to employers who sponsor both fully-insured and self-funded plans, however, some of the issues covered apply only to certain size employers (e.g. the 5500 rules apply only to welfare plans with at least 100 participants, while the Section 125 plan document requirements apply to any size employer).

Please note: times for AG webinars vary and are listed for the Eastern time zone.

Presented by:
Bob Radecki, President, Benefit Comply, LLC
Bob Radecki has more than 25 years experience in the HR and employee benefits industry helping employers deal with difficult benefit and compliance matters. Previously, Bob founded and served as President of A.E. Roberts Company, a nationally recognized compliance consulting and training firm. He has served as the principal HIPAA consultant to a number of health insurance companies, and is recognized as a leading expert on a variety of benefit compliance issues including COBRA, FMLA, Health Reform and more. Bob has been the featured speaker at numerous industry events and conferences, and has published a number of articles concerning various compliance issues.

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