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2020 AIMS Health Plan Virtual Fall Conference  

 

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September 22nd from 10:00 - 11:30

Eric Maddox - Empathy Based Listening 

Empathy, trust and respect are essential in today’s environment.  If you want to make massive   gains in your ability to understand and connect with others – especially those who are different from you – do not miss our Keynote address from Eric Maddox .

 

September 23rd from 10:00 - 11:30

Jill Brooking - Legislative Benefits Update

EBS is pleased to welcome back Jill Brooking, Vice President of Benefits Compliance at NFP, for a discussion on changes to the employer plan affordability threshold, COVID-19 legislation, the importance of leave management, DFSA, FSA, and HSA changes/updates, and what we can expect with the upcoming election.   Jill will speak on the timing of the changes and how the changes will impact employers.

 

September 23rd from 2:00 - 3:00

Matt Hedley, CFP - Investment Committee Due Diligence and Participant Engagement

Matt Hedley from Lowe, Brockenbrough & Company will present helpful considerations for your employer sponsored retirement plan with respect to Investment Due Diligence and Participant Engagement.   Learn why it is so important to be aware of your responsibilities as plan fiduciaries for both ongoing investment management and participant education.  Matt will provide schools with options they should consider as part of their overall strategy which will ultimately drive better participant outcomes.

 

September 24th from 10:00 - 11:30

Kerstin Miller, P.A. - Human Resources Hot Topics

A lot has happened in 2020, including a global pandemic and a major social justice movement. HR constantly has to change and adapt to current events that impact our schools and employees.  So, what are the top HR challenges in 2020?    Kerstin Miller will be discussing some of the major changes, challenges, and related legal issues that impact human resource departments and especially those departments of one, as well as best practices to manage risk arising out of those challenges.

 

September 24th from 2:00 - 3:30

BHS - Fostering Resiliency

Cultivating and fostering resiliency among faculty and staff is more important than ever as we move through the 2020-2021 school year.   Learn ways to build employee resiliency through positive attitudes, practicing health habits and using self-care to stay mindful.    This interactive discussion will provide you with tools to help prevent staff burnout and boost resiliency to stress.