Employers Health clients have many opportunities to network with peers and access health care and benefits-related information. Our team produces numerous educational programs throughout the year, including three annual benefits conferences, where employee benefits thought leaders share reliable and relevant health benefit information. Regional Benefit Roundtable meetings also provide informal opportunities to network with and learn best practices from like-minded professionals. In addition, Employers Health conducts benefits-related surveys among clients to provide valuable benchmarking data.
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|10/29/20||Employers’ Health & Wealth LIVE | Preparing for New Employment Issues Raised by the COVID-19 Pandemic||This presentation will address: Implementation best practices for COVID-19 health assessments and testing in the workplace; How to appropriately handle COVID-19-related absences and requests for leave, including quarantine periods for employees who test positive and obtaining medical clearance for their return to work and requests for intermittent or other leave due to the reopening of schools; Requests for COVID-19 accommodations such as those for employees with underlying health conditions or those who are pregnant.||health-wealth|
|10/22/20||Employers’ Health & Wealth LIVE | Top Trends Impacting Retirement Plans as it Relates to COVID-19||This presentation will address: How to navigate a rapidly changing retirement marketplace; Trends in investments, well-being and employee psychology; Actionable steps to help your organization manage your retirement plan; Potential retirement plan solutions to ease business cash flow; Lessons from real-world retirement plan sponsors.||health-wealth|
|11/19/20||2020 Annual Meeting | The 2020 Presidential and Congressional Elections: What do They Mean for the Employee Benefits Agenda||When we meet on November 19th, our president for the next four years will have been elected. Join us virtually to hear from employee benefits expert, Jim Klein, President, American Benefits Council, as he shares how our leader’s agenda will affect employers and their health benefit plans in the coming years.|
|11/12/20||The Importance of Vaccination and Primary Prevention in Employee Population Health||Due to the current pandemic, routine vaccinations and primary prevention are more important than ever for your employees and families. Employers can play a key role in wellness and disease prevention initiatives.|
|10/21/20||Depression: A Clinical Perspective and the Impact on the Workplace||During this Town Hall Meeting, Dr. Chustek will address the following key questions on the minds of many as a growing number of people are impacted by depression in the workplace:|
|11/04/20||Migraine: The Costs & Solutions for Employers||Affecting more than 30 million Americans, migraine headache imposes significant costs on employers. Migraine is the fifth most disabling illness in the United States and data currently shows that migraines cost employers about $19 billion/year in indirect costs of which 81% can be attributed to lost migraine-related workdays.|
|11/10/20||The Burden of Obesity and the Benefits of Obesity Management||This presentation will take a deeper dive into current employer trends related to obesity including direct and indirect costs associated with excess weight. Industry expert Kathy Brady will provide employers with practical tips on where to start and will also discuss possible solutions to addressing the burden of obesity.|
|11/17/20||Notice. Talk. Act. at Work: Creating a Mentally Healthy Workplace||Join us and learn how Notice. Talk. Act at Work supports people managers and the mental health and well-being of all employees. NTA at Work is a dynamic and interactive e-learning module that features practical scenarios, skill checks, a rich array of resources on topics of most interest to employers and much more.|