"Top Benefits Issues for Employers in 2017"
Join SHRM-Atlanta for our April 2017 Webinar hosted by Ogletree Deakins on April 20th 2017 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM. This thought provoking webinar will host an expert panel of esteemed attorneys discussing ERISA compliance and many of the numerous benefits concerns employers face in today's workplace.
SHRM BoCK Behavioral Competencies:
- Leadership & Navigation: The knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics (KSAOs) needed to navigate the organization and accomplish HR goals, to create a compelling vision and mission for HR that aligns with the strategic direction and culture of the organization, to lead and promote organizational change, to manage the implementation and execution of HR initiatives, and to promote the role of HR as a key business partner.
- Communication: The KSAOs needed to e ectively craft and deliver concise and informative communications, to listen to and address the concerns of others, and to transfer and translate information from one level or unit of the organization to another.
- Business Acumen: The KSAOs needed to understand the organization’s operations, functions and external environment, and to apply business tools and analyses that inform HR initiatives and operations consistent with the overall strategic direction of the organization.
SHRM BoCK Technical Competency:
- Total Rewards: Refers to the design and implementation of compensation systems and bene t packages, which employers use to attract and retain employees.
Ruth Michels, J.D.
Ms. Michels practices exclusively in the area of employee benefits law. She represents clients in the areas of qualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans, fiduciary compliance best practices, nonqualified deferred compensation plans, ERISA compliance, COBRA administration, HIPAA privacy regulations, and compliance with other federal laws relating to employee benefits matters, including the Affordable Care Act.
William Gray, J.D.
William (“Bill”) Gray is a nationally recognized expert on employee benefits law issues who joined Ogletree Deakins in 1991, after having served as a partner in a large general practice firm. He focuses his practice on the design, establishment, and maintenance of qualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans, and nonqualified deferred compensation plans for employers.
Christina Broxterman, J.D.
Ms. Broxterman was admitted to practice in the State of Georgia in 1997. She practices exclusively in the area of employee benefits law. She represents clients in the areas of qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans, ERISA compliance, COBRA administration, compliance with the privacy rule under HIPAA, and other federal laws relating to employee benefits matters.
Registration Deadline: April 19, 2017
Cancellation Deadline: April 14, 2017
Cancellation Policy: Refunds will not be granted if cancellation is not received by the specified deadline. Send all cancellation notices via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Substitutions are allowed, however the non-member rate may apply. If we do not receive a cancellation notice you will be required to pay for this event, even if you are unable to attend.